School-based Treatment for Children and Adolescents

Published In: Effective treatments For PTSD; Second Edition / Edited By E. B. Foa, T. M. Keane, M. J. Friedman, J. A. Cohen (New York, N. Y. : The Guilford Press, Nov. 2008), Ch. 13, p. 327-345

Posted on RAND.org on December 31, 2007

by Lisa H. Jaycox, Bradley D. Stein, Lisa Amaya-Jackson

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This chapter briefly highlights the context for treating child traumatic stress in school settings, reviews the literature supporting treatment approaches in schools, offers a description of techniques used, and identifies empirical support for the reviewed school-based treatment or intervention programs for child traumatic stress.

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