This PDF booklet for caregiving in conflict settings has been developed by Professor Rachel Calam, Dr Aala El-Khani and Dr Kim Cartwright. This booklet is also available in Malay, Myanmar, Pashto, Russian, Ukranian, and Vietnamese.
This webpage by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime provides open access family skills resources in a variety of languages for those at risk of mental health problems due to armed conflict and displacement.
This workshop was offered to providers who work with incarcerated or formerly incarcerated parents or the alternate caregivers of children with incarcerated parents.
In this presentation, Shawn C.T. Jones, Ph.D. discusses racial literacy as a tool for recognizing racial trauma across a number of systems and life stages. Collectively, we will reflect on how racial seeing and racial noticing are important elements in our mission towards social justice.
Cultivating Resilience: Black Youth & Family Psychosocial Health with Shawn C.T. Jones, PhD MHS LCP