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My Identity, My SELF: Addressing the Needs of LGBTQ Youth in Sanctuary® -Informed Residential Treatment
The Center for Trauma Program Innovation at the Jewish Board for Children and Family services, a NCTSN member, developed My Identity, My SELF (PDF), a curriculum that seeks to improve services for le...
This website has information on stress and trauma and on good ways for teens and their friends to deal with painful situations. Ways2cope.com will help teens understand their reactions to what happen...
Little Listeners in an Uncertain World: Coping strategies for you and your young child after traumatic events
Traumatic events, such as natural disasters, are especially difficult times for parents who feel tremendous responsibility in trying to make their babies feel safe when they themselves don’t. This fac...
Guide for Helping Children and Youth Cope with Separation
This guide was created for parents, relatives, teachers, service members, and community members to help children and youth cope with separation from a parent due to military deployment. Because c...
Trauma Systems Therapy
This site is assembled and managed by the TST Development Team, a group of mental health clinicians and researchers affiliated with Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School, and the National...
This website provides information and training on Assessment-Based Treatment for Traumatized Children (TAP). TAP is an assessment and treatment model that incorporates ongoing assessment of child and ...
Pathways to Partnership: Frequently Asked Questions on Compensation for Family, Youth, and Consumer Involvement
The NCTSN’s Partnering with Youth and Families Committee is dedicated to building partnerships among youth, families, and professionals based on mutual respect and a common commitment to healing. By e...
Surviving Cancer Competently Intervention Program: Intervention Manual
Surviving Cancer Competently Intervention Program (SCCIP) is a manualized intervention for 11-18 year-old adolescent survivors of childhood cancer, their parents, and their adolescent siblings. The c...
Surviving Cancer Competently Intervention Program– Newly Diagnosed (SCCIP-ND)
The Surviving Cancer Competently Intervention Program - Newly Diagnosed (SCCIPND)is a manualized three-session intervention for parents and caregivers of children recently diagnosed with cancer. SCCI...
Closing the Quality Chasm in Child Abuse Treatment, Volume II: Partnering with Youth and Families in Mental Health Treatment for Child Abuse
This document is the second volume of the “Best Practices” series. The first volume focused on identifying best treatments for child abuse victims (Chadwick, 2004). This volume of Closing the Quality...
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