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Bouncing Back From Trauma

CCR sits down with Lurie Children's Heroes magazine to discuss their work with the Bounce Back intervention, a school-based group intervention for elementary students exposed to stressful and traumatic events. Read more.

CCR Trains Evanston Moran Center on Trauma-Informed Best Practices

Thanks to a grant from the Evanston Community Foundation, the social workers, attorneys, staff, and board members of the Moran Center attended workshops on providing trauma-informed services, most recently led by CCR team members. Read more.

 

Dr. Colleen Cicchetti Featured on WGN News as a Chicagoan Who Is Making a Difference

In a recent three-part series on WGN News, Dr. Colleen Cicchetti was featured as part of a group of people and programs providing resources and support to Chicago communities most impacted by violence and trauma. Dr. Cicchetti's first-person account demonstrates how being trauma-informed can make a real difference in the lives of children and families affected by violence. Watch the segment.

Dr. Tara Gill Discusses Unseen Effects of Chicago Violence on WTTW's Chicago Tonight

On March 30th, 2017, WTTW's Eddie Arruza took a closer look at the lingering mental health effects resulting from chronic trauma and violence with a leading panel of experts which included Dr. Tara Gill, a clinical psychologist Lurie Children's Center for Childhood Resilience.