It Couldn't Happen Here: Recognizing and Helping Desperate Kids

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Cathy Corder, Kathryn Brohl
Child & Family Press, 1999 - Children and violence - 109 pages
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Desperate, alienated, violent, hurting...these words have been used repeatedly to describe many of America's children in the aftermath of the shocking violence our nation has witnessed recently. This book tries to answer several questions: What causes aggression and violence? What are the warning signs? How can we help?It Couldn't Happen Here compiles resources by child and youth experts from across the nation to help readers improve and maintain the well-being of the children in their families and communities.

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Part One What Causes Aggression and Violence?
Identifying Disabilities

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About the author (1999)

Kathryn Brohl, M.A., is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has worked in the field of child welfare for more than thirty years. She is the author and coeditor of numerous books and trains child welfare advocates on trauma.
Joyce Case Potter has twenty years' experience as a freelance writer and is also active in the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.

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