Trauma and Grief Resources

On Trauma

For Providers

  • Bright Futures in Practice: Mental Health Vol I (Practice Guide) & Vol II (Tool Kit)
    Contains valuable guides, patient handouts and assessment tools for pediatric clinicians
  • Pediatric Symptom Checklist
    A checklist for screening children and teens for a variety of mental health problems in a primary care setting. A youth self-report checklist also available for patients over age 11 years. Also available in multiple languages here.
  • Guidelines for Adolescent Depression in Primary Care (GLAD-PC)
    This toolkit was created to help primary care providers decide whether and how to implement the Guidelines for Adolescent Depression in Primary Care (GLAD-PC) into their practice. It was designed to be user-friendly and applicable to real-world primary care practices.
  • Depression Management Tool Kit
    This toolkit is intended to help primary care clinicians recognize and manage depression.
  • Massachusetts Primary Care Behavioral Health Screening Toolkit Provides mental health guidelines and screening tools for use in a pediatric primary care setting including the PSC (Pediatrics Symptoms Checklist), SDQ (Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire) and PHQ-9 (Patient Health Questionnaire for depression)
  • Spence Children’s Anxiety Scale
    This scale was developed to assess severity of anxiety symptoms and to identify children at risk of developing anxiety symptoms
  • Addressing Mental Health Concerns in Primary Care: A Clinician’s Toolkit
    Includes screening and assessment instruments, management advice and billing and coding aids
  • A toolkit for schools
    This toolkit was designed to assist schools in the aftermath of a suicide (or other death) in the school community. It is meant to serve as a practical resource for schools facing real-time crises to help them determine what to do, when, and how. The toolkit reflects consensus recommendations developed in consultation with adiverse group of national experts, including school-based personnel, clinicians, researchers, and crisis response professionals. It incorporatesrelevant existing material and research findings as well as references, templates, and links to additional information and assistance.