Resources to Support Students in Times of Crisis

Acts of domestic terrorism were perpetrated at the United States Capitol on January 6th, 2021. There is unrest and uncertainty in the aftermath of these events. 

In an already tumultuous time - and in the middle of a pandemic - students (and educators) are likely experiencing heightened levels of stress and anxiety. 

The pandemic brings unique challenges for being present with and holding space for students. However, finding ways to let students know you are there for them (in-person or virtually) and willing to listen can make a huge impact.

Below I compiled a list of resources for supporting students in times of crisis for school counselors to use in their work with students or to share with other educators and/or parents. 

I will continue to update this post as I find additional resources. If you are aware of an additional resource, please add it in the comment section or message me on Twitter or Instagram.

Resources specific to the insurrection at the Capitol:

General Crisis Resources:

Do you know of additional resources? Please add them in the comment section.

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