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Trauma-Sensitive Schools for the Adolescent Years: Promoting Resiliency and Healing, Grades 6–12


reviewed by Robert F. Kronick & Arden Szepe — March 29, 2018

coverTitle: Trauma-Sensitive Schools for the Adolescent Years: Promoting Resiliency and Healing, Grades 6–12
Author(s): Susan E. Craig
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807758256, Pages: 168, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 29, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22319, Date Accessed: 8/15/2018 10:55:41 AM

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  • Robert Kronick
    University of Tennessee
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    ROBERT F. KRONICK is a professor at the University of Tennessee in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling, the Director of University-Assisted Community Schools, and an Adjunct faculty member in the Haslam Scholars Programs. Kronick has written about dropouts, University-Assisted Community Schools, at-risk youth, and migrant/seasonal farm workers. His work is applied and civically engaged. He strongly believes in on-the-ground research that is aimed at identifying with community members’ problems. He seeks to work as an ally to help and collaborate with individuals, families, and communities to solve their problems. Recently, he presented papers at the Engaged Scholarship Conference in Birmingham, AL and at the Netter Center at the University of Penn at its 25th Anniversary. He has recently been awarded, by the University of Tennessee, its award for Engaged Scholarship, the Linda Seligman Counselor of the Year award (2016-2017) and the Humanistic Advocacy and Social Justice award from the Association for Humanistic Counseling.
  • Arden Szepe
    University of Tennessee
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    ARDEN A. SZEPE is a doctoral student in counselor education at the University of Tennessee in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling. Her clinical experience includes working with adolescents in the juvenile justice system and in residential treatment in Colorado. Her research interests include career development and child and adolescent development.
 
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