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NCTSN Resource: Supporting Children After the U.S. Capitol Attack
Wednesday's attack on the U.S. Capitol has brought feelings of grief, fear, uncertainty, and so many more emotions. These emotions are piled on top of the stress and burnout we've experienced over this past year. Children and youth may be struggling to process it all, and it's been challenging to navigate how best to address these issues with them. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) has put together the following resource to help parents and caregivers support children and youth during this difficult time: Supporting Children After the U.S. Capitol Attack.
For additional resources on processing trauma, please visit nctsn.org.