What's New

Check here for the Network's most recent products, website updates, and initiatives. Items are listed in the order they were released, with the newest items listed first.

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April - June 2017

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
NCTSN Resources
The NCTSN Complex Trauma and Developmental Trauma Disorder Work Group has released 4 new fact sheets, extending a series designed to introduce Complex Trauma to a variety of audiences and provide recommendations for how to support youth. The new fact sheets in this series include:
 
This Guide was developed for youth who have experienced, or know someone who has experienced, Complex Trauma. Older youth, adolescents, and young adults can explore the information in this Guide on their own to help make sense of their experiences and understand themselves better. Clinicians, caregivers, and other adults can also use the Guide to have conversations with youth about what Complex Trauma is, how it can impact them, coping strategies that can help and those that can cause problems, and strategies for making things better.

 

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January - March 2017

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
 
NCTSN Resources
New Training Guidelines:

When a Child Alleges Sexual Abuse by an Educator or Other School Staff: An Educator’s Guide to Appropriate Response and Support (PDF) (2017)

October - December 2016

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
NCTSN Resources
Resources for TN Fatal Bus Accident
 
July - September 2016

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
NCTSN Resources

The Impact of Natural and Technological Disasters on Children, Families, and Communitites (4) (2016) (PDF)
This resource provides an overview of natural and technological disasters and their relationship to child trauma. The resource also offers policy-relevant, child trauma-focused recommendations to assist policymakers in their response to natural and technological disasters. 


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