An estimated 95% of schools practice lockdown drills. Experts weigh in on the psychological impact of this reality.
It's a form of white privilege to believe things can be business as usual following the mob assault on the U.S. Capitol.
They're unproven and traumatizing, particularly during COVID-19 when students and teachers already confront so much, the physicians say.
What white people and other allies do in conversations about the mental health effects of racism matters.
Mental health experts share how they process racism and brutality, along with the self-care methods helping them in this moment.
Racism, injustice and brutality — experienced directly and indirectly — can have a lasting effect on a person's mental health.
Those who work with eye movement desensitization and reprocessing to treat trauma share the pros and cons.
A neighbor described the encounter as "a vile, vicious, traumatic event."