Bearing the Trauma: School-Based Interventions for Students Affected by Traumatic Events

Created by Mor, Flora; Lurie, Itamar ; Hen Gal, Shai; Siman Tov, Yohi
Document / Presentation177 p.English2008

A book on coping over time with trauma of any kind, whether due to national conflict,or to disasters at the personal, familial or social levels. The book focuses on the personal and professional aspects of counselors’ ability to intervene effectively with traumatized students, as well as the specific needs that traumatized children have. These needs are viewed with a special focus on the role that the school can take in the recovery process

Partners: SHEFI – The Psychological Counseling Service of the Ministry of Education, the New York and San Francisco Jewish Federations

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