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From GoLocalProv by GoLocalProv Features Team:
As the violent details of today's shooting at an Atlanta middle school unfold on the news and across social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter, children and teens will no doubt encounter reports and possibly images.GoLocalProv spoke with Susan Erstling, LICSW, PhD, Senior Vice President at Family Service of Rhode Island and a nationally recognized leader in the trauma, about what parents and other adults can do to help manage this traumatic news.
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