Thinking about the Connecticut school shooting

The editors of the Canadian Association of School Psychologists’ blog share the sadness and shock that must be impacting school psychologists across the world following the school shooting in Connecticut yesterday.  Although we are always involved in crisis response in schools and the communities served, we never expect to be victims of school violence ourselves.  The loss of so many small children, their teachers, and a school psychologist leaves us all deeply troubled but aware of the importance of the job that we have to do.

For those of  you who might want resources, we refer you to the NASP website.  Stay safe.

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