Posted Monday, December 17th, 2012

Mental health professionals in Morris County want parents, educators and other caregivers to know that information is available to assist them in making children feel safe in the wake of high profile incidents of violence, especially in schools.
Laurie Becker, Morris County Mental Health Administrator, said the National Association of School Psychologists has several publications on its website that offer suggestions on how to talk to children after occurrences such as the school shootings in Connecticut, and also how to make sure caregivers maintain their own well-being.