adolescents

Adapting SITCAP-ART

Note: This 'blog' is an excerpt of a paper titled "Adapting SITCAP-ART: The Story of One Program’s Journey in Group Implementation for Transformative Results" by Tracy McClorey LISW-S CDCA, Clinical Supervisor and Therapist. It was written on March 22, 2016. The complete paper can be read in the research section of the TLC website.

 

Background

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Get Up Off the Chair! Repairing the Relationship to the Body

Posted on June 17, 2013 in adolescents category

What happens to a child or adolescent’s relationship to their body when they have experienced trauma?

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How Do We Know When Trauma Survivors are Ready to Fly on Their Own?

Posted by Jean West on December 3, 2012 in adolescents, Cherie L. Spehar category

In working with survivors of trauma, there has always been one difficult question: How do we know when they are ready to fly on their own?

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The Brain Science Behind Bullying

Posted on October 12, 2012 in adolescents category

Suicide

Posted on September 17, 2012 in adolescents, suicide, survivor category

TLC GUEST BLOGGER: Barb Dorrington, MEd

Suicide. As a school social worker, the sound of the word catches my attention immediately. When I learn that a student has died by suicide, my thoughts turn to worries for the contagion effect in a school building. Research statistics suggest at least one in 10 students have had serious thoughts about suicide or made an attempt.

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Shelter Within a Shelter

Posted on June 15, 2012 in adolescents category

Experience Matters!

Posted on April 16, 2012 in adolescents category

How to Teach Self-Compassion to Children

Posted on January 6, 2012 in adolescents category

by Miki Tesh, LSCW

Imagine this ….

You feel terrible about something. You might be overly critical of yourself, maybe even more critical than you would of a friend or a stranger.  You feel like if you are self-critical, it will keep you “inline” and make things better.         

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