Addressing the needs of students who are coping with the aftereffects of trauma can be most difficult, and this recent program manual from the RAND Organization may be useful those who work with such individuals. This 200-page manual was authored by Lisa H. Jaycox, Audra K. Langley, and Kristin L., and offers an overview of the Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET) program, which is "a series of ten lessons whose structured approach aims to reduce distress resulting from exposure to trauma." The manual starts with a discussion of how SSET works, and then goes to describe how group work with students might work, and various assignments that group members might undertake as part of the SSET program. The report continues with the ten lesson plans and a set of additional materials and worksheets.


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