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Alyssa Petersel

How "Sesame Street" Is Helping Children Learn To Cope With Trauma

Learn more about the makers of "Sesame Street"'s initiative to help children cope with trauma. The online tools, intended to help social workers, parents and others, include videos of Muppets doing coping exercises. Continue reading through ABC News.
How "Sesame Street" Is Helping Children Learn To Cope With Trauma

The week of the Las Vegas massacre also saw the launch of an initiative by the makers of "Sesame Street" to help children cope with trauma. The online tools, intended to help social workers, parents and others, include videos of Muppets doing coping exercises.

Learn more through ABC News.

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Alyssa Petersel, Co-Founder and CEO of My Wellbeing and author of Somehow I Am Different, graduated from Northwestern University in 2013 with dual BA degrees in psychology and international studies, graduated summa cum laude from New York University in May 2017 with her Master's in Social Work, and graduated from The Writer's Institute non-fiction program at CUNY Graduate Center in May 2017. A native New Yorker, Alyssa now lives in Brooklyn and enjoys running, coffee, community, and social justice.

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