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Terrorism & Children

The terrorist attack on America has captured the attention of the nation. And it should. Children, however, have a hard time putting these emotionally charged events into perspecive. They need the help of the adults around them.

Additional resources for helping children cope with disaster and grief are available on the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Web site.