How To Talk to Your Kids About the School Shooting
Slate: What do you say to your elementary-school-aged children about the mass slaughter of children at an elementary school? I put this question to Dr. Alan E. Kazdin, director of the Yale Parenting Center. He
APS Announces Inaugural Issue of New Journal, Clinical Psychological Science
The Association for Psychological Science and SAGE Publications are pleased to announce the inaugural issue of Clinical Psychological Science (CPS), a unique new journal that highlights cutting-edge research in the field of clinical psychological science.
Six Books to Build a Dream On
The Wall Street Journal: Now that you have all these ideas about what you’d like to change (whether it’s starting an exercise plan, plotting a job hunt, managing your budget or moving elsewhere), here’s the
Connecticut School Shooting: 4 Tips to Help Kids Cope
ABC: Alan Kazdin, a professor of child psychology at Yale University, offers four tips for parents to frame that discussion and help their kids cope. Don’t Over-Talk This Parents can easily project their own fears
Newtown, Conn., Elementary School Shooting: Kids React Differently Than Adults
ABC: When even adults are left speechless by traumatic events, it’s hard to imagine what’s going on in the mind of a child. Adults often gorge on media images — trying to glean facts, gain
Who’s most susceptible to PTSD?
Pacific Standard: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the president who led the United States into the depths of total war and back out again, has a little-visited memorial on the far side of the Tidal Basin in