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Trauma-Sensitive Schools : Learning Communities Transforming Children's Lives, K-5. by Craig, Susan.;
Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children.;
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Getting It Right. by Osborne, Karen E.;
Half-sisters Kara and Alex--one the biracial product of foster care, the other of dysfunctional privilege--struggle for redemption and forgiveness.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children;
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Playing Hard at Life : A Relational Approach to Treating Multiply Traumatized Adolescents. by Cohen, Etty.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Prologue -- I On the Road to Survival -- Chapter 1 Secrets and Self-Disclosure in the Therapeutic Relationship -- Chapter 2 Enactments-The Language of Therapy with Traumatized Adolescents -- Chapter 3 Dreams-The Royal Road to Trauma -- Chapter 4 Dissociation and Cultural-Social Difference -- II The Evolution of the Transference-Countertransference- Engagement, Safety, and Erotic Phases -- Chapter 5 Engagement Phase-Resistance and the Antitherapeutic Alliance -- Chapter 6 Safety Phase-Mutual Tenderness -- Chapter 7 Erotic Phase-Confusion Between Tenderness and Passion -- III Finding a Treatment Plan -- Chapter 8 Gender in the Dyad -- Chapter 9 Treatment Planning-Is it Possible? -- Chapter 10 Contact with Parents -- Chapter 11 Termination-Traumatic for Whom? -- Epilogue -- References -- Index.Playing Hard at Life brings contemporary relational thinking to bear on the psychodynamic treatment of a notably difficult group of young patients. Working with New York City teenagers who have survived the wars of inner-city life and Israeli teenage soldiers who have survived the wars of the Middle East, author Etty Cohen documents the extraordinary challenges of forming a treatment alliance with these shattered youngsters, of engaging them psychodynamically, and of working toward a viable termination.  The result is not only a poignant record of courage and committment (on the part of patient and therapist alike), but also a valuable extension of modern trauma theory to adolescence as a developmental stage with its own challenges and requirements. The heart and strength of Cohen's book is her vivid documentation of hands-on encounters with her adolescent patients, seen both individually and in group.  Cohen makes plain that, with young people so horrendously traumatized, treatment assures a necessarily improvisational character.  And yet, she argues, even in the type of pragmatic encounters dictated by massive and repeated trauma, contemporary relational theory provides a compass with which to navigate through the rocky shoals of the clinical work.  Again and again, the reader is shocked by just how much happened to these adolescents, astonished at how resilient they proved to be, and, finally, moved by how much Cohen was able to accomplish with them.  Her relational approaches to these treatments, teamed with her realization that work with multiply traumatized adolescents cannot be structured in the manner of conventioanl therapy, makes this book an invaluable, timely, and deeply sobering contribution to the literature.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children - Treatment.;
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Clinical Exercises for Treating Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents [electronic resource] : Practical Guidance and Ready-to-use Resources by Grasso, Damion J.;
Clinical Exercises for Treating Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents: Practical Guidance and Ready-to-use Resources; Acknowledgements; Preface; Part 1 Getting Started; Chapter 1 How to Use this Resource; Chapter 2 What is Trauma Work?; Chapter 3 Evidence-based Models; Chapter 4 Making a Problem List and Monitoring Progress; Part 2 Preparing Children for Trauma Work; Chapter 5 Enhancing Social and Personal Resources; Chapter 6 What is Trauma and How Does it Affect Us?; Chapter 7 How Will Psychotherapy Help?; Chapter 8 Regulating Intense Emotion from the Bottom UpChapter 9 Regulating Intense Emotion from the Top DownChapter 10 Making Healthy Lifestyle Choices; Chapter 11 Emotional Vocabulary and Awareness; Chapter 12 Tolerating Trauma Work; Part 3 Trauma Work with the Child; Chapter 13 Starting the Trauma Work; Chapter 14 Indirect Therapeutic Exposure; Chapter 15 Low-level Therapeutic Exposure; Chapter 16 High-level Therapeutic Exposure; Chapter 17 Trauma Memory Processing; Chapter 18 In-vivo Exposure; Part 4 Working with the Caregiver; Chapter 19 What Does the Caregiver Bring to the Table?; Chapter 20 What is Trauma and How Does it Affect My Child?Chapter 21 How Will Psychotherapy Help My Child?Chapter 22 Bringing it Home; Chapter 23 Managing Difficult Behaviour; Chapter 24 Engaging Families with Barriers to Treatment; Handouts and worksheets; References; Blank PageThis practical resource is designed to support clinicians working with trauma exposed 8-18-year-olds. It outlines the principles of effective treatment and provides practical guidance for tailoring treatment to the needs of individuals. The featured worksheets and resources are designed to be compatible with evidence-based treatment models.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Post-traumatic stress disorder in adolescence -- Treatment.; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children -- Treatment.; Psychic trauma in adolescence -- Treatment.; Psychic trauma in children -- Treatment.;
© 2014., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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The Impact of Complex Trauma on Development [electronic resource]. by Arnold, Cheryl.; Fisch, Ralph.;
THE IMPACT OF COMPLEX TRAUMA ON DEVELOPMENT; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I; 1 What Is Complex Interpersonal Trauma-and Why Does It Matter; 2 Early Development and Attachment: The Earliest Interpersonal Trauma; 3 Understanding the World Through Sensation, Perception and Imagery; 4 Fully Awake: Managing States of Consciousness; 5 Emotional Development and Complex Trauma; 6 The Impact of Complex Trauma on Cognitive Development; 7 Memory and Complex Trauma; 8 The Impact of Trauma on Behavior; 9 Identity Development and Complex Trauma; 10 Complex Trauma and Relationships; Part 211 The Importance of Ongoing Assessment12 Treatment of Complex Trauma: Relationships; 13 Treatment of Complex Trauma: Constriction and Intrusions; 14 Treatment of Complex Trauma: Integration; 15 Conclusions and Cultural Implications; Bibliography; Index; About the AuthorsNormal human development progresses through a process of differentiation and integration, and it is distorted and impeded by the fusion and fragmentation resulting from traumatic experiences. The Impact of Complex Trauma on Development documents the pathological consequences of chronic interpersonal trauma on psychological development, behavior, and interpersonal relationships. It provides an integrative approach to therapy that is based on a rich psychoanalytically-oriented developmental psychology.<s
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child development; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children; Psychic trauma in children.; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic -- psychology.;
© 2011., Jason Aronson, Inc.,
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Traumatic experience and the brain : a handbook for understanding and treating those traumatized as children / by Ziegler, Dave(SAGE)1562648;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-174)
Subjects: Post-traumatic stress disorder in children; Psychic trauma in children.; Brain; Child psychotherapy;
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Creative interventions with traumatized children / by Malchiodi, Cathy A.(DLC)1821771;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Creative interventions and childhood trauma / Cathy A. Malchiodi -- Effective practice with traumatized children : ethics, evidence, and cultural sensitivity / Cathy A. Malchiodi -- Expressive therapy for severe maltreatment and attachment disorders : a neuroscience framework / P. Gussie Klorer -- Music and grief work with children and adolescents / Russell E. Hilliard -- Grieving in the public eye : art therapy with children who lost parents in the World Trade Center attacks / Laura V. Loumeau-May -- Medical art and play therapy with accident survivors / Elizabeth Sanders Martin -- Creative approaches to minimize the traumatic impact of bullying behavior / Diane S. Safran and Elysa R. Safran -- Trauma, loss, and bibliotherapy : the healing power of stories / Cathy A. Malchiodi and Deanne Ginns-Gruenberg -- Creative crisis intervention techniques with children and families / Lennis G. Echterling and Anne Stewart -- Working creatively with children and their families after trauma : the storied life / Ann Cattanach -- Vanquishing monsters : drama therapy for treating childhood trauma in the group setting / Craig Haen -- A group art and play therapy program for children from violent homes / Cathy A. Malchiodi -- Interventions for parents of traumatized children / William Steele and Cathy A. Malchiodi -- Resilience and posttraumatic growth in traumatized children / Cathy A. Malchiodi, William Steele, and Caelan Kuban -- Ready, set, relax! : relaxation strategies with children and adolescents / Roger J. Klein.
Subjects: Psychic trauma in children; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children; Art therapy for children;
© c2008., Guilford Press,
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Using Stories to Build Bridges with Traumatized Children [electronic resource] : Creative Ideas for Therapy, Life Story Work, Direct Work and Parenting by Golding, Kim(SAGE)1905965; McConville, Julia.;
Using Stories to Build Bridges withTraumatized Children; Foreword by Steve Killick; Foreword by Dan Hughes; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. The Power of Stories to Facilitate Healing for Children and Their Families; 2. 'Once Upon a Time...' Creating Your Own Helping Stories; Introduction; Stimulating your creativity; Structure of stories; Story types; Conclusion; Part I: Looking Back and Moving On: Life in Stories; Story 1: The Caterpillar That Did Not Want to Become a Butterfly; Story 2: Kirsty, the Cuckoo in the Nest; Story 3: The Puppy That Needed Healing; Notes about Part IPart II: Coping in Fear and without TrustStory 4: Connor, the Superhero; Story 5: Millie and Her Mother; Story 6: In the Eye of the Storm; Notes about Part II; Part III: I Will Do It by Myself; Story 7: Born to Care; Story 8: The Boy with all the Knowledge of the World in His Head; Story 9: The Mermaid's Song; Notes about Part III; Part IV : Keep Noticing Me; Story 10: Melinda and the Golden Balloon; Story 11: The Clockmakers and the Cuckoo Clock; Story 12: The Space Boy; Notes about Part IV; Part V: Learning about Relationships; Story 13: Survival of the FittestStory 14: A Mummy Finds Out How to Look After Her BabyStory 15: Sally Sunshine and the Big Bag of Worries; Notes about Part V; Part VI: Stories for Parents; Story 16: A Daughter's Tale; Story 17: William and Edward; Story 18: Longing and Belonging; Notes about Part VI; Part VII: Stories for Practitioners; Story 19: The Finest Forest in all the Land; Story 20: Never You Mind; Story 21: Bridge Over Troubled Water; Notes about Part VII; Appendices; Appendix 1: Planning a Solution Story; Appendix 2: Planning a Therapeutic Story; Appendix 3: Planning a Trauma StoryAppendix 4: Planning a Narrative to Explore Life Story Appendix 5: Planning an Insight Story ; References; Blank Page; IndexImaginative and practical, this guide reveals the therapeutic potential of using stories in counselling with traumatized children aged 4-16. It includes sample stories and advice on adapting them, as well as invaluable tips for planning stories and life story work, and for storymaking with children.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Narrative therapy; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children -- Treatment.; Psychic trauma in children -- Treatment.; Storytelling;
© 2014., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Gentling : A Practical Guide to Treating PTSD in Abused Children. by Krill, William E.; Volkman, Marian K.; McKinnon, Marjorie.; Volkman, Marian K.;
Foreword -- Foreword to the 2nd Edition -- Introduction -- Preface To The 2nd Edition -- Acknowledgements -- Postscript -- Appendix A: Child Stress Profile -- Appendix B: Adolescent Stress Profile -- Appendix C: Handouts for Caregivers -- Appendix D -- Quick Teach Sheets -- Appendix E: Stress Behavior Data Collection Forms -- About the Author -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index.Breakthrough Treatment Offers New Hope for Recovery Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition with 3 new chapters on adolescents Gentling represents a new paradigm in the therapeutic approach to children who have experienced physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and have acquired Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result. This text redefines PTSD in child abuse survivors by identifying child-specific behavioral signs commonly seen, and offers a means to individualize treatment and measure therapeutic outcomes through understanding each suffering child's unique symptom profile. The practical and easily understood Gentling approaches and techniques can be easily learned by clinicians, parents, foster parents, teachers and all other care givers of these children to effect real and lasting healing. With this book, you will: Learn child-specific signs of PTSD in abused children Learn how to manage the often intense reactivity seen in stress episodes Gain the practical, gentle, and effective treatment tools that really help these children Use the Child Stress Profile (CSP) to guide treatment and measure outcomes Deploy handy 'Quick Teach Sheets' that can be copied and handed to foster parents, teachers, and social workers Clinicians Acclaim for Gentling "In this world where children are often disenfranchised in trauma care--and all too often treated with the same techniques as adults--Krill makes a compelling case for how to adapt proven post-trauma treatment to the world of a child." --Michele Rosenthal, HealMyPTSD.com "Congratulations to Krill when he says that 'being gentle' cannot be over-emphasized in work with the abused." --Andrew D. Gibson, PhD Author of Got an Angry Kid? Parenting Spike, A Seriously Difficult Child "William Krill's book is greatly needed. PTSD is the most common aftermath of child abuse and often domestic abuse as well. There is acritical scarcity of mental-health professionals who know how to recognize child abuse, let alone treat it." --Fr. Heyward B. Ewart, III, Ph.D., St. James the Elder Theological Seminary, author of AM I BAD? Recovering From Abusew Cover photo by W.A. Krill/ Fighting Chance Photography Learn more at www.Gentling.org From the New Horizons in Therapy Series at Loving Healing Press www.LovingHealing.com Available in hardcover, trade paper, and eBook editions FAM001010 Family & Relationships : Abuse - Child Abuse PSY022040 Psychology : Psychopathology - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder FAM004000 Family & Relationships : Adoption & Fostering.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Abused children -- Mental health.; Abused teenagers -- Mental health.; Post-traumatic stress disorder in adolescence -- Treatment.; Post-traumatic stress disorder in children -- Treatment.;
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Collaborative treatment of traumatized children and teens : the trauma systems therapy approach / by Saxe, Glenn N.(SAGE)1569285; Ellis, Beverley Heidi,1972-(SAGE)1584751; Kaplow, Julie B.,1974-(SAGE)1979953;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 329-331) and index.
Subjects: Post-traumatic stress disorder in children; Post-traumatic stress disorder in adolescence; Psychic trauma in children; Psychic trauma in adolescence; Child psychotherapy; Adolescent psychotherapy;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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