CCR team member, Dr. Rebecca Ford-Paz, and other Illinois psychologists talk with NPR about how the uncertain future of the DACA program contributes to mental health issues of youth and families affected by the rescission.
In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Dr. Colleen Ciccetti of Lurie Children’s Hospital explains how we should talk to kids about traumatizing incidents in the news.
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shootings, many parents are faced with a difficult question: what should I say to my child? Between social media and the school lunchroom, news travels fast. For school-age kids, it’s almost inevitable they’ve heard many things about the mass shooting in Las Vegas- and not all of them may be true. Dr. Colleen Cicchetti shares advice on how to work through traumatic events with your child.
Dr. Colleen Cicchetti sits down with WTTW's Chicago Tonight to discuss the best way to talk to your kids about the recent events in Las Vegas, NV.
The Chicago Sun Times interviews Dr. Colleen Cicchetti about recent events. According to Cicchetti, "there’s almost no way to shield kids from the barrage of news about hurricanes and earthquakes or the latest mass shooting in Las Vegas, so it’s crucial to talk them through the traumatic news."