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CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INTRODUCTION CHAPTER 1: Violence and mental health: Is anything normal anymore? CHAPTER 2: How does the brain develop? Setting the stage for later mental health CHAPTER 3: Are children born violent or do we just make them that way? CHAPTER 4: It all begins with family CHAPTER 5: It happens every day in every way: children exposed to violence CHAPTER 6: The challenge of adolescence: Storm, stress, or just plain easy? CHAPTER 7: Are schools safe? Violence in the every day lives of children CHAPTER 8: Violence and mental health: Two birds of a feather? CHAPTER 9: Coping means dealing with stress and violence on a daily basis CHAPTER 10: Suggestions for practice and policy: How to get help if you need it APPENDIX A Additional resources not referenced in the text REFERENCES INDEX ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Children and violence -- Psychological aspects.
Family violence -- Psychological aspects.
Violence -- Psychological aspects.
Violence in children.
Violence in adolescence.
Child mental health.
Teenagers -- Mental health.
Mental Health -- Adolescent.
Mental Health -- Child.
Violence -- prevention & control -- Adolescent.
Violence -- prevention & control -- Child.
Violence -- psychology -- Adolescent.
Violence -- psychology -- Child.