Media Publications

Seneca Authored Publications

Unconditional Care published 2010 by Oxford University Press

Unconditional Education published 2019 by Oxford University Press

In partnership with the Building Bridges Initiative publication of: “The Changing Role of Residential Intervention

Iachini, A., Bronstein, L. Mellin, L. ‘A Guide for Interprofessional Collaboration, CSWE, 2018. Lead author Berrick, K., Galyean, L. Ch 9: Child Welfare.

A Home for Kyrie

External Media Pieces

The QIC-AG Partner Site Videos: Personal Impact of Providing the Intervention to Children and Families

Unconditional Education

EdSurge: To Help Fight a Mental Health Crisis in Schools, Community Groups Step In

EdSource: Making students’ social-emotional health integral to distance learning

Battery Powered: Healed People Heal People

Irvine Awards: Improving Student Success through Unconditional Education

EdSource: New campaign promotes power of teachers to reduce stress of traumatized students

KQED: Back to School with Mind/Shift

ColorLines: Oakland Program Boosts Academic Performance for Students of Color, Looks to Expand

Unconditional Education: Trauma-Informed Education

KQED: How Trauma-Informed Teaching Builds A Sense of Safety And Care

Slate: To Improve School Discipline, Change Teacher Behavior

New Schools: Seneca Goes “All-In!” on Education

ColorLines: Race, Disability and the School-to-Prison Pipeline

EdSource: New ‘trauma-informed’ approach to behavioral disorders in special education


Todo Por Mi Familia

Hola!: Dayana Torres Lends Her Voice For An Important Mental Health Initiative That Helps Immigrant Families

Telemundo: Así lucha una organización proinmigrantes para ayudar a los padres de niños separados en la frontera

TIME: ‘We Can Begin To Heal the Wounds.’ Inside the Efforts to Provide Mental Health Care to Families Separated at the U.S. Border

Vanity Fair

People en Espanol: Todo Por Mi Familia Program Helps Immigrant Families Who Were Separated From Their Children

El Diario: Dayanara Torres, Carlos Ponce y otros se unen contra la política de “cero tolerancia” de Trump

USA Today: Lingering trauma – Families separated at border suffer long-term mental health challenges

NPR: Separated At The Border, A Father Reunites With His Son. But Struggles Remain

Today: Jacob Soboroff meets the people trying to help families split apart at the border

Baltimore Sun: After forced separations at border, migrant families in the Baltimore area getting mental health help for trauma

NBC News: White House killed deal to pay for mental health care for migrant families separated at border

San Francisco Examiner: A family separated at the border survives

The Washington Post: Separated at the border, reunited, then separated again: For migrant families, another trauma

The Miami Herald

The New York Times: Many Families Torn Apart at Southern U.S. Border Face a Long and Uncertain Wait

LA Times: Slowed by COVID-19, California group tries to track down families separated at the border

NY Daily News: Latino entertainers lend support to nonprofit helping immigrant families cope with Trump ‘zero tolerance’ policy



OC Register: Happy Ending for Long Separated Sisters, Finding Each Other is Only the Start

OC Register: Eye on OC: A Little Bit Country

SF Office of the Mayor: Mayor London Breed Announces Expanded Mental Health Support for San Francisco Students

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