Includes a description of the work of Drs. Goslin and Marans to support the school community following the Sandy Hook shooting.
- September 15, 2022Source: Verywellmind
This article explores what grieving a loved one’s suicide can feel like and suggests some strategies that can help you cope with suicide grief.
- September 05, 2022Source: CT Insider
At some point about a year ago, it occurred to Waterbury Police Chief Fernando Spagnolo that some children in his city were traumatized by gun violence and other events, including the arrest of a parent, which was leading to increased calls to police to deal with problems at school.
- September 02, 2022Source: The Washington Post
Officers missed chance to comfort a scared 5-year-old, psychologists say, and instead made things worse.
- August 11, 2022
Gun Violence Is a Public Health Crisis—But Hospital-based Intervention Programs Can Help Break the Cycle
Yale New Haven Hospital’s Injury and Violence Prevention Center is working to disrupt the cycle of gun violence in the New Haven community.
- June 09, 2022
Displaced Children, Youth, and Families Traumatized by War and Violent Conflict in Ukraine and Beyond
Yale Child Study Center Professor James F. Leckman, MD, PhD reflects on a recent international conference in Warsaw, Poland and the mental health needs of displaced children and families traumatized by war.
- June 01, 2022Source: Yale Medicine
In the wake of the tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Tex., experts from the Yale Center for Traumatic Stress and Recovery at the Yale Child Study Center share advice on how to navigate this difficult topic with children.
- April 04, 2022
Yale Child Study Center (YCSC) Assistant Clinical Professor of Social Work Carrie Epstein, LCSW-R has been named Co-Director of the YCSC Center for Traumatic Stress and Recovery (formerly the Childhood Violent Trauma Center, CVTC), alongside Steven Marans, PhD. The Center recently received a 5-year, $3 million Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) award.
- March 31, 2022
The Yale Child Study Center (YCSC) highlighted Social Work Month in order to honor and acknowledge the important work being done by so many in this field at the YCSC. Social workers were asked to share their stories around why they became social workers and what advice they would offer to those new to the field.
- September 21, 2021
A hidden pandemic of COVID-19: How psychologists are helping children who have lost caregivers to COVID-19Source: American Psychological Association
More than 1.5 million children have lost a caregiver during the COVID-19 pandemic, and many of them have suffered these types of traumatic experiences. Psychologists explain how traumatic losses can impact children and resources needed to support them.