Mental Health and Behavior Support
Counseling and Guidance Resources
***These resources are in no way intended to assess and/or treat any medical or psychological condition
or otherwise replace treatment by a qualified mental health professional.***
Mental Health and Behavior Support Resources
Support Following a Crisis Situations - Families and school staff can respond following a crisis with words and actions to reestablish a young person’s sense of safety, security, and daily routine. In fact, such conversations are important in helping to distance one-self from overwhelming thoughts and emotions that can be experienced in the aftermath.
CDE: Coping with Tragedy - To assist schools in helping students cope with violence, loss, and grief, the California Department of Education has provided some helpful resources that are applicable for coping with any tragedy.
Child and Adolescent Wellness - National Institute of Mental Health has several pamphlets available in English and Spanish.
Dr. Tracy Catalde
Coordinator of Social-Emotional Supports
Office of Behavioral and Social-Emotional Learning
Educational Services Division
Pittsburg Unified School District
2000 Railroad Avenue
Pittsburg, CA 94565