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How Uvalde families are coping with trauma after the elementary school massacre


It has been just over a week since the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, but families and community members are just beginning to navigate their grief. Counselors and mental health services are helping the community cope with the trauma and loss. Dr. Martha Livingston, CEO and clinical director of the San Antonio Counseling and Behavioral Center, joins Amna Nawaz to talk about her work in Uvalde.

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