Coping with Trauma from Gun Violence
We’re all struggling to process the tragic events and aftermath of the past days. Our clinical staff reminds us that in our roles as parents, friends, colleagues and family members, self-care is more important than ever before. This means taking care physically by resting, eating well and exercising, and taking care emotionally by spending time with safe and emotionally-supportive friends.
I want to remind you that CHC is one of those friends. We believe in equality, inclusivity, diversity and kindness and we respect the promise and potential of every child, teen, young adult and family that walks through our doors. Please reach out to us if you need to talk to someone. We will continue to offer a welcoming place of hope and healing for all families in our community.
From all at CHC.
Rosalie Whitlock, PhD