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Helping Children Cope With Terrorism: Tips for Families and Educators

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Helping Children Cope With Terrorism - Tips for Families and Educators
This online article suggests ways for families and school staff to behave around children, and talk with children, to help them cope with the emotional effects of acts of terrorism. Adults are also advised to monitor their own emotions and levels of stress and engage in self-care activities.
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National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)