Regardless of one’s feelings about the 2nd Amendment and gun ownership, much of the country has been moved by how students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL have spoken up since the recent tragedy there. Their eloquence in describing their feelings, and effectiveness in lobbying for change, offer reminders of young people’s leadership during the Vietnam War. CRG school psychologist, Nancy Lindhjem, Ed.S, NCSP, was recently interviewed about these events. Read and listen to Nancy’s insights as she discusses how student advocacy leads to healing. On a similar note, the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) recently published guidelines that parents and teachers can use to talk to young people about violence.
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