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Posted February 20, 2018

Discussing Tragic Events with Children

A member of District Stress Management and Recovery Team offers tips for talking to students in the wake of the school shooting in Florida.

Victoria Waugh-Reed, APS Crisis Resource Counselor, visited the KRQE studio to share tips for parents on how to discuss tragic events with their children.

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