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Study Explores the Myriad Challenges that Practitioners Faced Amid a Cascade of Traumatizing Events
Targeted by discrimination and violence during COVID-19, many wrestle with questions of identity and belonging
Essays edited by NYU Silver’s Carol Tosone show how therapists have responded to fear and anguish during the pandemic—while dealing with trauma of their own.
The innovative healthcare service, Families Talking Together, promotes adolescent sexual and reproductive health by supporting the family. It will also develop a remote-participation component.
The NIH-funded work involves sending nurses and community health workers to households in public housing developments in The Bronx, N.Y., to offer health guidance and assistance.
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NYU faculty members have outlined paths of academic inquiry that are likely to be undertaken as a result of the pandemic.
The NYU Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health at the Silver School of Social Work will implement and evaluate an innovative community-centered approach to help prevent HIV and substance misuse by minority youth.
As growing numbers of prisoners are released early from houses of detention during a pandemic, working as a peer support specialist appears to hold promise for individuals who have personal experience with incarceration and mental illness.