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When Tragedy Strikes Home: 10 Ways to Manage Difficult and Violent Youths in School

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Overview

According to the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, the number of homicide victims ages 15-17 has declined, but the percentage killed by firearms remains high. To hear of a school killing or shooting anywhere is tragic. However it often has an even greater impact when that violence hits close to home. Access to federally funded programs for preventing violence; school counseling; and programs such as Children, Youth, and Families (CYF) for difficult youths aren't always enough to manage their deep needs. Join Támara Hill, a licensed mental health and trauma certified child and adolescent therapist, as she explains how and why we must come together as a community to not only understand the violent behavior but diminish it. In this second session of a two-part series, Tamara discusses ways in which the school system can identify and support difficult and violent youths.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Counseling, Diversity & SEL, School Safety
Tags: administrator resources, counseling, preventing violence, school safety, school violence, shootings, violent triggers, violent youths

Reviews (42)

Full Member
 
Definitely a little scary especially if you find yourself dealing with a student in a situation like this with no teachers immediately around. Currently reflecting on a situation that went poorly and trying to apply this to that situation and figure out what my missteps were.
Full Member
+8
 
Useful and timely information.
Full Member
 
very informative
 
Great info!
Basic Member
 
Thank you!
 
Informative
Full Member
 
Helpful ideas and useful information.
 
I thoroughly enjoyed this webinar. It was informative and gave good advice and tips in dealing with students with certain behaviors.
 
Nice work
 
Excellent.
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