By: Stephanie Lerner
Helping in Hard Places provides school counselors and other mental health professionals with a blueprint for infusing trauma-informed practices into their counseling interventions in a way that supports all children. The nature of trauma-informed practices is that they are needed to support children of trauma, but they are beneficial to everyone, regardless of whether they've experienced trauma or not.
Helping in Hard Places focuses on supporting all children by infusing trauma-informed practices into individual counseling sessions, student support groups, and whole class lessons. This book will also incorporate many techniques from the Solution-Focused Brief Counseling (SFBC) Model since it is the best-suited counseling model for the school setting.
Also included is a distance learning piece to each of the three recommendations sections to give counselors tips and resources for how to modify sessions/lessons for the online environment.
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