KidsPeace’s Healing Magazine Focuses on De-Escalation of Kids in Crisis

 

SCHNECKSVILLE, PA (November 19, 2018) – “Keep Calm and Carry On” may seem like just a T-shirt-ready catchphrase – but that sentiment is actually key to successful interventions with young people in crisis.

The Fall/Winter 2018 issue of KidsPeace’s Healing Magazine takes a closer look at de-escalation techniques – with articles examining three comprehensive approaches to de-escalation in the therapeutic setting, along with ideas for adopting de-escalation in everyday life (including coloring books for adults!).

The latest issue also features:

  • A discussion of how pop culture references to suicide can affect the work of therapists who are counseling at-risk individuals
  • An article on why it’s important that parents work to instill in their kids a resilient attitude toward life – what some people call “True Grit”
  • An examination of a new program in New York aimed at closing the gaps in appropriate care and services for kids in need
  • And a review of a new book by an Olympic champion, detailing her struggles in coping with a history of horrific abuse.

Published twice a year, Healing Magazine provides practical and clinical information to families and children’s professionals.  Electronic versions of the latest issues and all back issues are available at www.healingmagazine.org – where visitors can also subscribe to receive paper copies of future issues.

The latest issue of Healing Magazine is also the subject of the next “Conversations with KidsPeace” podcast – including interviews with several of the contributing writers.  To subscribe to the podcast, go to iTunes or Google Play and search “Conversations with KidsPeace.”  Also check out our YouTube channel for more content.

For more than 135 years, KidsPeace has been building on its expertise to give hope, help and healing to children, families and communities throughout the United States. Through its comprehensive range of residential treatment programs; accredited educational services; unique psychiatric hospital and foster care and community-based programs, KidsPeace is dedicated to helping people connect, transform and overcome their challenges to ensure a stable future, transition to adulthood and gain independence. Since its doors opened in 1882, more than 200,000 children have participated in one of the multitude of programs KidsPeace offers.

For additional resources or more information on how to get involved, become a foster parent or make a donation, please visit www.kidspeace.org. Follow us at www.facebook.com/kidspeace.org or on Twitter @KidsPeace.

 

Information Provided By:
Robert Martin
Director of Communications | KidsPeace