Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the things you can think up if only you try! - Dr. Seuss
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has provided resources and publications focused on social justice as it relates to children and youth, the role of school psychologists as change agents, and the NASP Practice Model domains represented by this work.
Incidents of violence and injustice leave children, families, and communities confronting trauma, grief, or other social/emotional challenges. To support children and families who may experience difficulty, there are a number resources located on the NASP School Safety & Crisis Resources page. There you will find several topics, including Addressing Grief and Trauma, which contain hyperlinks to several recommended or related resources for school psychologists, administrators, teachers, and children and families.
Derek Francis, Manager of Counseling Services for Minneapolis Public Schools, posted this resource for talking with students proactively about race and social events
Child Mind Institute published this resource entitled, "Racism and Violence: How to Help Kids Handle the News
Continuing Education Opportunities at Nova Southeastern University
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