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Supporting Students at a Distance: A Discussion with Two Rural School Psychologists on Challenges and Opportunities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

REL West staff spoke with school psychologists in rural California school districts to learn about how they adapted their services in the absence of in-person interactions.

COVID-19Health and SafetyMental HealthSchools and districtsSocial Workers

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School Social Work in the Time of COVID-19: When Human-Centered Work Moved Online

"School social workers are agile and have a strengths-based orientation.... We meet students where they’re at, and they’re stepping up with resilience and connecting with us."

COVID-19EquityHealth & safetyMental HealthSchools and districtsSocial Workers

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Culturally Affirming Care for Rural Students During the Pandemic: A Karuk Perspective

Maymi Preston-Donahue is a social worker on the Karuk tribal mental health team. Learn how she and the team put cultural affirmation at the center of their work with students.

COVID-19EquityHealth and SafetyMental HealthSocial Workerstrauma-informed