Coping Resources for School Tragedgy

When we hear on the news about another senseless school shooting, it's hard to just listen.  Listed below are some resources for children and adults on how to cope.  These are just resources and they're not intended to substitute from advice for a mental health professional.  Hopefully though, it gives you just a little more information and useful tips that may give you some support.


FOR ADULTS:

Building resilience to manage indirect exposure to terror

Managing your distress in the aftermath of a shooting


FOR YOUTH:


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