Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Tim Goldsmith, and Clinical Services Manager, Dr. Rebekah Lemmons, team up to provide five best practices to help parents talk to their children about recent traumatic events.
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Here’s the beautiful thing about children: Most are born with a natural sense of justice and fairness. However, as children develop, they begin to figure out that the color of their skin has more meaning beyond the colors found in a crayon box, and they need caring adults to help them construct a positive sense of self and a respectful understanding of others.
Justin Dodson, an assistant director at Youth Villages, spoke with News Channel 3 in Memphis about the best way to approach discussions with your children surrounding the global pandemic and racial injustices.