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Managing Emotional Reactions to Traumatic Events / MANEJAR LAS REACCIONES EMOCIONALES ANTE EVENTOS TRAUMÁTICOS

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Subject Health and Wellness — Mental, Emotional and Social Health
Grade Level Kindergarten, Grades 1-12, Paraprofessional and School Related Personnel, Specialized Instructional Support Personnel
Resource Type Activity
Attributes Available in Spanish, Good for Parents
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When a large-scale tragedy occurs, it can cause strong and deeply felt reactions in adults and children. How adults express their emotions over the traumatic events will influence the reactions of children and youth. Parents and teachers can help youngsters manage their feelings by both modeling healthy coping strategies themselves and closely monitoring their own emotional state and that of the children in their care.

Cuando ocurre una tragedia a gran escala, puede provocar reacciones fuertes y profundas en adultos y niños. La manera en que los adultos expresen sus emociones influirá en la reacciones de los niños y jóvenes. Los padres y los maestros pueden ayudar a los niños y jóvenes a manejar sus sentimientos al aplicar ellos mismos estrategias de adaptación saludables y observar su propio estado emocional y el de los niños bajo su cuidado.

For more resources on coping after traumatic events, visit:

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Helping students to deal with
Helping students to deal with traumatic events ; my high school students were old enough and mature enough to grasp the concept -great resource material. Thank-you
jrodger_2834383
February 19, 2018
I am not sure how you would
I am not sure how you would distill and teach students about emotions and reactions to traumatic events. Good information for adults, but it needs to presented in a "kid friendly" manner to help students.
claralauber
July 14, 2016
Education and psych. resourced material
GolfKid
May 03, 2013