St. Louis based program trains by-standers to intervene in tense parent-child interactions

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ST. LOUIS – Imagine you are in a public place when you witness a tense moment between a child and caregiver. Do you get involved or turn a blind eye?

Nancy Weaver, Ph.D., professor of Behavioral Science in SLU`s College for Public Health and Social Justice joined Fox 2 to discuss Support Over Silence For Kids a new program that prepares community members, hospital personnel, and other professionals to confidently defuse challenging moments between caregivers and their children in public.

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