MEDIA COVERAGE: How to talk to children about traumatic events

May 24, 2017

With so many deadly terror attacks, therapists say it can trigger PTSD and high anxiety even among the youngest of ages.

At the Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City's Crittenton Children’s Center, therapists work with children who have experienced trauma. Director of Intake Services, Amanda Davis says when incidents like the attack in Manchester occur, children can be reminded of their own traumatic experience.

Watch the stories below to find out how you can help children cope with trauma. 


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