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1. Alpert, J. L., Brown, E., Gurwitch, R. H., Duffy, D. K., La Greca, A. M., & Schreiber, M. D.
       (2004). Fact sheet. Fostering resilience in response to terrorism: For psychologists
       working with children. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
       http://www.apa.org/psychologists/pdfs/children.pdf
2. American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. (2003). An overview of Project SAVE.
       Commack, NY: Author.
       http://www.schoolcrisisresponse.com/projectsave.pdf
3. American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. (2003). Parent guidelines for crisis
       response. Commack, NY: Author.
       http://www.schoolcrisisresponse.com/parentguidelines.pdf
4. American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. (2003). Practical suggestions for
       assisting children in the aftermath of a Tragedy. Commack, NY: Author.
       http://www.schoolcrisisresponse.com/practicalsuggestions.pdf
5. American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. (2003). Teacher guidelines for crisis
       response. Commack, NY: Author.
       http://www.schoolcrisisresponse.com/teacherguidelines.pdf
6. American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. (2003). Traumatic stress: An overview.
       Commack, NY: Author.
       http://www.schoolcrisisresponse.com/tsoverview.pdf
7. Butler, L. D., Fischer, P. C., Heldring, M., & Leskin, G. A. (2004). Fact sheet. Fostering
       resilience in response to terrorism: Among primary care providers. Washington, DC:
       American Psychological Association.
       http://www.apa.org/psychologists/pdfs/careproviders.pdf
8. Butler, L. D., Hobfoll, S. E., & Keane, T. M. (2004). Fact sheet. Fostering resilience in
       response to terrorism: A fact sheet for psychologists working with adults. Washington,
       DC: American Psychological Association.
       http://www.apa.org/psychologists/pdfs/adults.pdf
9. Centers for Disease Control (n.d.). Coping with a traumatic event. Washington, DC: Author
       http://www.bt.cdc.gov/masstrauma/pdf/coping-traumatic-event-pub.pdf
10. Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA. (2001). A resource aid packet on
       screening/assessing students: Indicators and tools. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/assessment/assessment.pdf
11. Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA. (2000). A resource aid: Responding to a
       crisis at a school. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/crisis/crisis.pdf
12. Center for Mental Health in the Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). Crisis response checklist. Los
       Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/crisis_qt/crisis_checklist.pdf
13. Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). Guidebook: Common psychosocial
       problems of school aged youth: Developmental variations, problems, disorders and
       perspectives for prevention and treatment. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/psysocial/entirepacket.pdf
14. Center for Mental Health in the Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). Major facets of crisis response. Los
       Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/crisis_qt/crisis_facets.pdf
15. Center for Mental Health in the Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). Psychological first aid: Responding
       to a student in crisis. Los Ángeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/crisis_qt/crisis_psych_first_aid.pdf
16. Center for Mental Health in the Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). Responding to crises: A few
       general principles. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/crisis_qt/crisis_principles.pdf
17. Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). School-based crisis intervention: Brief
       overview. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/crisis_qt/crisis_overview.pdf
18. Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). Worksheet: Team membership, roles,
       and functions. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/crisis_qt/crisis_worksheet.pdf
19. Cloitre, M., Morin, N. A., & Linares, L. O. (2004, January/February). Children’s resilience
       in the face of trauma. Child Study Center Letter, 8(3), 1-6.
       http://www.mainechildtrauma.net/Resilience_Trauma_tip.pdf
20. Dudley-Grant, G. R., Todd-Bazemore, B., & Hueston, J. D. (2004). Fact sheet. Fostering
       resilience in response to terrorism: For psychologists working with people of color.
       Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
       http://www.apa.org/psychologists/pdfs/peopleofcolor.pdf
21. Goodman, R. F. (2002). Caring for kids after trauma and death: A guide for parents and
       professionals. New York: Institute for Trauma and Stress at the NYU Child Study
       Center.
       http://www.aboutourkids.org/aboutour/articles/crisis_guide02.pdf
22. Leskin, G. A., Morland, L., Whealin, J., Everly, G., Litz, B., & Keane, T. M. (2004).
       Fostering resilience in response to terrorism: For psychologists working with first
       responders. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
       http://www.apa.org/psychologists/pdfs/firstresponders.pdf
23. Los Angeles County Office of Education Safe Schools Center, Division of Student Support
       Services. (n.d.). School mental health crisis intervention teams: A vital component of
       school crisis management using the standardized emergency management system.
       Author.
       http://156.3.254.236/lacoeweb/includes/templates/document_frame.cfm?toURL=/lacoew
       eb/DocsForms/20020326035455_SchlMntHlthCriCvr0116.pdf (part 1)
       http://156.3.254.236/lacoeweb/includes/templates/document_frame.cfm?toURL=/lacoew
       eb/DocsForms/20020326023957_SchlMntHlthCri_1736.pdf (part 2)
       http://156.3.254.236/lacoeweb/includes/templates/document_frame.cfm?toURL=/lacoew
       eb/DocsForms/20020326031510_SchlMntHlthCri3762appx.pdf (part 3)
24. National Institute of Mental Health. (n.d.). ¿Ha pasado usted por una experiencia
       traumatizante y de mucho peligro? Una enfermedad real: Trastorno de estrés
       postraumático (PTSD). Bethesda, MD: Author. [NIH Pub No. 00-4675SP]
       http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/spPTSD4675.pdf
25. National Institute of Mental Health. (n.d.). Have you lived through a very scary and
       dangerous event? A real illness: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Bethesda, MD:
       Author. [NIH Pub No. 00-4675]
       http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/nimhptsd.pdf
26. National Institute of Mental Health. (2001, April). Helping children and adolescents cope
       with violence and disasters. Bethesda, MD: Author. [NIH Pub No. 01-3518]
       http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/NIMHviolence.pdf
27. National Institute of Mental Health. (n.d.). Reliving trauma: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
       Bethesda, MD: Author. [NIH Pub No. 01-4597]
       http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/NIMHreliving.pdf
28. Office for Victims of Crime Resource Center. (2001, September). OVC handbook for coping
       after terrorism: A guide to healing and recovery. Rockville, MD: Author.
       http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/publications/infores/cat_hndbk/NCJ190249.pdf
29. Office for Victims of Crime Resource Center. (2000, October). Responding to terrorism
       victims: Oklahoma City and beyond. Rockville, MD: Author.
       http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/pdftxt/NCJ183949.pdf
30. Poland, S. (2002), Practical suggestions for crisis debriefing in schools. Communique, 30(7).
       http://www.nasponline.org/publications/cq307crisis.html
30. Saakvitne, K. W., & Stamm, H. (2004). Fact sheet. Fostering resilience in response to
       terrorism among mental health workers. Washington, DC: American Psychological
       Association.
       http://www.apa.org/psychologists/pdfs/mentalhealthworkers.pdf
31. Schonfeld, D. J., & Newgass, S. (2001). The School Crisis Response Initiative of the
       National Center for Children Exposed to violence. New Haven, CT: Yale Child Study
       Center.
       http://www.nccev.org/docs/OVCSchoolcrisisBulletin.pdf
32. Shapiro, L. E. (2001). “Will they fly a plane into our house?” How to talk to children about
       Terrorism. Norwalk, CT: Play2Grow.
       http://www.guidancechannel.com/talkingterrorism.pdf
33. Suicide Prevention Resource Center. (2001). At a glance: Safe reporting on suicide. Newton,
       MA: Author.
       http://www.sprc.org/library/at_a_glance.pdf
34. Young, B. H., Ford, J. D., Ruzek, J. I., Friedman, M. J., & Gusman, F. D. (1998). Disaster
       mental health services: A guidebook for clinicians and administrators. White River
       Junction, VT: Department of Veteran Affairs. The National Center for Post-Traumatic
       Stress Disorder.
       http://www.ncptsd.va.gov/publications/disaster/
35. Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA. (n.d.). Guidebook: Common psychosocial
       problems of school aged youth: Developmental variations, problems, disorders and
       perspectives for prevention and treatment. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
       http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/psysocial/entirepacket.pdf

Web Pages
1.   American Academy of Exper.html
     The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
     http://www.aaets.org/
2.    American Psychological Association
      Reactions and Guidelines for Children Following Trauma/Disaster.
      What to Expect After Trauma:
      Possible Reactions in Elementary School Students
      http://www.apa.org/practice/ptguidelines.html
3.    Beyond Indigo.html
      Beyond Indigo: Changing the way you feel about grief and loss
      http://www.death-dying.com/
5.    Capital Area Crisis Response Team
      Reactions to Crisis
      http://www.cacrt.org/crises.htm
6.    Center for Disease Control
      Disaster Mental Health Resources
      http://www.bt.cdc.gov/mentalhealth/
7.    Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA.
      School-based crisis intervention
      http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/crisis_qt/
8.    Child Trauma Institute
      http://www.childtrauma.com/
9.    Death.html
      Death: An inquiry into man’s mortal weakness
      http://library.thinkquest.org/16665/cgi-bin/index.cgi
10.   FEMA for KIDS Homepage.html.
      The Federal Emergency Management Agency: FEMA for Kids
      http://www.fema.gov/kids/
11.   Huntington Beach Union High School District
      Responding to Crisis
      Crisis Team Intervention Procedures
      http://www.hbuhsd.k12.ca.us/crisis.htm
12.   Library Resources: Concerning the WTC/Pentagon Attacks
      Created by Law Librarians as a resource of information in the aftermath of 9-11-01
      http://l.staff.umkc.edu/lordl/9-11-01-library/
13.   National Center for PTSD
      http://www.ncptsd.va.gov/index.html
14.   National Child Traumatic Stress Network
      Resources for School Personnel
      http://www.nctsnet.com/nccts/nav.do?pid=ctr_aud_schl
15.   National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
      Disaster Preparedness and Response for Schools
      http://www.edfacilities.org/rl/disaster.cfm
16.   National Institute of Mental Health.html
      NIMH: Information About Coping with Traumatic Events
      http://www.nimh.nih.gov/outline/traumatic.cfm#massviol
17.   NOVA--National Organization for Victim Assistance
      http://www.trynova.org/
18.   PsychWorks, Inc. ™
      FAQ: Stress Response to Traumatic Events
      http://www.psychworks.com/PTSD%20response.htm
19.   U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs & National Center for PTSD
      PTSD in Children and Adolescents
      http://www.ncptsd.va.gov/facts/specific/fs_children.html

				
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