Children in War Zones: From Mozambique to Chicago.
The Developmental Toll of Inner–City Life.
Clinical Outcomes: Post–Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Resilience and Coping in Children at Risk.
School as a Refuge: The Importance of Early Intervention.
Ramon and His School: A Case Study.
Developing Supportive Settings for Children at Risk.
Helping Teachers Help Children.
The Healing Role of Play and Art.
Giving the Most to Those Who Need It.
"A stunning, must–read book for anyone interested in how community violence affects children′s and teacher′s development. Even better, it′s a road map for school administrators and teachers on what they can do to help these children deal with the chronic violence in their lives." ––Bill Harris, founder, KidsPac, a political action committee for children
"This valuable book offers insight and guidance to the professional who must help children cope with the cruel challenge of violence and death in their daily lives." ––Edward Zigler, Sterling Professor of Psychology, Yale University
"[Children in Danger] is such a compelling account of the ways in which children are affected by living in communities where danger and violence are a way of life, that one hopes it will be read by policymakers at all levels of government who are concerned about the fate of an ever–growing number of children in our society." ––Contemporary Psychology