Story by: Norton Children's on August 3, 2019
The Rev. Rick Forest, chaplain and bereavement care coordinator at Norton Children’s Hospital, and Bryan D. Carter, Ph.D., clinical pediatric psychologist at Norton Children’s Hospital and University of Louisville Physicians offer thoughts on how to talk to kids about mass shootings.
The most important thing is to be there for your children. They look to you for answers and support. If your child experiences extreme anxiety, talk to your pediatrician about resources that might help.