Impact of classroom environment on children's social behavior. ... Annual Review of Psychology, 71, 517–540. https://doi.org/10.1146/annure v-psych-010419-050830 CHAPTER 4 Ensuring the Success of Young Children: Trauma-Informed Practice.
Author: Brianne Kramer
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
According to the American Psychological Association (APA, 2015), trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event, which can lead to difficulties with emotional regulation, social relationships, and the development of physical symptoms. Traumatic experiences may include physical or sexual abuse, neglect, experiencing or witnessing violence, war, suicides, and disasters. Because of the prevalence of students with traumatic experiences in K-12 schools, development and use of trauma-informed practices (TIP) is currently increasing in educational spaces across the United States as educators and others who work with children become more aware of how socio-emotional development and exposure to trauma places children on a pathway through adulthood. Because of growth in these areas, it is important for educators and others who work with children to have a resource to consult. Children and Trauma: Critical Perspectives for Meeting the Needs of Diverse Educational Communities provides teachers, administrators, and others involved in education with an understanding of trauma-informed practices and explains how they can be used in the classroom. Additionally, school districts could utilize this text to implement professional development, particularly if they are considering creating a districtwide trauma-informed system. Perfect for courses such as: Trauma-Informed Educational Practice | Psychology | Educational Psychology | Foundations of Education | Pedagogy | Methods of Emotional or Behavioral Disorders | Teaching Methods | Diversity in Education | Social Work | Human Development
Children's behaviors related to dysregulation of affect include oppositional, defiant, uncooperative, anxious, depressed, ... Avoidance of Intimacy Intimacy is commonly avoided by adult and child trauma survivors because the inherent ...
Author: Beverly James
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Attachment Disorder occurs when a child has difficulty establishing new attachments if old ones are severely disrupted, and it is typically seen in victims of various types of trauma. This text seeks to explain how best to treat these children so that they can love and trust again.
For some caregivers, children's trauma disclosure can actually be a traumatic event. Further, many caregivers of abused children may have experienced negative interpersonal interactions after the abuse is discovered (e.g., ...
Author: Markus A. Landolt
This handbook presents the current evidence-based psychological treatments for trauma related disorders in childhood and adolescence and in addition provides clearly structured, up-to-date information on the basic principles of traumatic stress research and practice in that age group, covering epidemiology, developmental issues, pathogenetic models, diagnostics, and assessment. Each of the chapters on treatment, which form the core of the book, begins with a summary of the theoretical underpinnings of the approach, followed by a case presentation illustrating the treatment protocol session by session, an analysis of special challenges typically encountered in implementing this treatment, and an overview of the current evidence base for the treatment approach. A special section considers modern treatments in particular settings, such as schools, hospitals, and juvenile justice systems, and the concluding chapters provide an integrative discussion on how to treat traumatized children and adolescents and an outlook. The book will be invaluable for clinical child and adolescent psychologists, child and adolescent psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and other mental health professionals working with traumatized children and adolescents.
However, if the same level of distress is shown by child later on, more intensive, problem-focused approach is needed. In short-term trauma therapy, a patient may experience it as an immediate result of a traumatic event.
Author: Rizwan Ahmad Khan
This book covers the epidemiology, mechanism, risk, various types of injuries, and practical approaches to treating children who have sustained blunt abdominal trauma. It includes dedicated chapters on each key aspect of pediatric blunt abdominal injuries, and explains in detail primary resuscitation and ancillary care for pediatric abdominal trauma. A separate chapter on imaging and interventional imaging helps pediatric caregivers select the right modality in the management of these patients. In addition, the book covers the management of hollow viscus injury and solid organ injury following blunt abdominal trauma. The content is supplemented with detailed flowcharts wherever required to help familiarize readers with the indications and to assist them in surgical decision-making. The book offers a valuable guide for practicing pediatric surgeons, residents in pediatric surgery and trauma surgeons, as well as for general surgeons, general surgery residents, practicing pediatricians and general physicians.
Dubner and Motta (1999) were perhaps the first to show that adolescents with trauma histories, specifically histories of child abuse, show attentional bias to trauma-related words on the modified Stroop test.
Author: Mark L. Howe
Publisher: Oxford University Press
There are many arguments about whether childhood trauma leads to conditions such as false or lost memory, and whether neurohormonal changes that are correlated with childhood trauma can be associated with changes in memory. This book examines these and similar debates from a variety of persectives.
You have already assessed the child's trauma history and recorded it in your TST Assessment Form. We introduced the notion of trauma inference in Chapter 9. Here's where you will make your inference. Examine all you know about the ...
Author: Glenn N. Saxe
Publisher: Guilford Publications
"For too many traumatized children and their families, chronic stressors such as poverty, substance abuse, and family or community violence--coupled with an overburdened care system/m-/pose seemingly insurmountable barriers to treatment. This empowering book provides a user-friendly blueprint for making the most of limited resources to help those considered the "toughest cases." Evidence-based strategies are presented for effectively integrating individualized treatment with services at the home, school, and community levels. Written in an accessible, modular format with reproducible forms and step-by-step guidelines for assessment and intervention, the approach is grounded in the latest knowledge about child traumatic stress. It has been recognized as a treatment of choice by state mental health agencies nationwide"--
Ben Atchinson, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at Western Michigan University (WMU) and consultant to the Children's Trauma Assessment Center (CTAC). Connie Black-Pond, MA, is the cofounder and the clinical ...
Author: William Steele
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Trauma-Informed Practices With Children and Adolescents is a sourcebook of practical approaches to working with children and adolescents that synthesizes research from leading trauma specialists and translates it into easy-to-implement techniques. The approaches laid out address the sensory and somatic experiences of trauma within structured formats that meet the "best practices" criteria for trauma-informed care: safety, self-regulation, trauma integration, healthy relationships, and healthy environments. Each chapter contains short excerpts, case examples, and commentary relevant to the chapter topic from recognized leaders in the field of trauma intervention with children and adolescents. In addition to this, readers will find chapters filled with easily applied activities, methods, and approaches to assessment, self-regulation, trauma integration, and resilience-building. The book's structured yet comprehensive approach provides professionals with the resources they need to help trauma victims not just survive but thrive and move from victim thinking to survivor thinking using the current best practices in the field.
TF-CBT and other narrative forms of trauma processing. Children who have a low tolerance for intense feelings will have trouble bearing the emotions necessary for EMDR or exposure treatments. Many traumatized children have not developed ...
Author: Elizabeth Warner
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
An innovative somatic and attachment-based treatment for working with children and adolescents who suffer from complex trauma and neglect The SMART (Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment) program addresses three key processes that can be derailed by developmental trauma--somatic regulation, trauma processing, and attachment-building--and uses movement and sensation to target the neurological structures that support emotional and behavioral regulation. Transforming Trauma in Children and Adolescents teaches therapists the eight key skills required for SMART mastery and provides seven regulation tools for clients, helping children and adolescents manage their feelings and attend to developmental tasks like making friends, participating at school, learning to play with others, and developing a sense of self that includes--but isn't defined by--the trauma they've experienced. Enriched with case studies and recommended adaptations, the book includes resources for parents and other caregivers who want to provide ongoing supportive care outside the clinical setting.
Practitioner review: The role of direct observation in the assessment of young children. ... The Child Trauma Academy version of a chapter originally appearing in J. Goodwin & R. Attias (Eds.), Splintered reflections: Images of the body ...
Author: Kathleen Nader
In this volume, Kathleen Nader has compiled an articulate and comprehensive guide to the complex process of assessment in youth and adolescent trauma. There are many issues that are important to evaluating children and adolescents, and it is increasingly clear that reliance on just one type of assessment does not provide the most accurate results. From history to recent advances, this book covers a wide range of methods and measures for assessing trauma, including case examples to illustrate the integration of these different facets. Altogether, the broad scope and inclusive depth of this work make it an essential addition to the field of trauma assessment.
sexual abuse, a child is being victimized and is thus unable to give his or her virginity away. ... who may prefer avoidance coping themselves or who are experiencing significant distress related to the children's trauma exposure.
Author: Judith A. Cohen
Publisher: Guilford Press
"The concept for this book grew out of the dramatic growth in the utilization of TF-CBT with children of all ages, from diverse cultures and settings. The chapters highlight the individual tailoring of TF-CBT to optimally serve children's and adolescents' specialized needs. A unifying theme throughout this book is the importance of building and maintaining a positive, trusting and collaborative therapeutic relationship. In sum, the chapters and the many case examples bring to life the unique aspects of utilizing TF-CBT with children at different developmental stages, from different cultural backgrounds and in diverse settings in the United States and around the world"--Provided by publisher.