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The Traumatized Child - Complete Series.
A 3-part series about the impact of childhood trauma.
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134 minutes.
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The Traumatized Child - Complete Series

The impact of abuse and neglect on children - on their behaviors, on their sense of self, and on their capacity to re-form attachments with their parents, or form attachment with new caregivers can pose challenges for those working with children who have witnessed domestic violence or suffered child abuse, foster and adoptive parents, teachers and other professionals.

In this video series, therapists Margaret Blaustein, Joyanna Silberg, Frances Waters, and Sandra Wieland describe how traumatized children understand the world and interact with others differently from other children, and how adults can respond most effectively. They explore such topics as anger and anxiety, trauma triggers, dissociation, de-escalation strategies, grounding techniques, and the process of building a trusting relationship. Their observations are reinforced by the accounts of parents, teachers, and  older children. The presenters emphasize the importance of understanding what drives traumatized children's behaviors, rather than simply reacting to them. They provide concrete suggestions for stabilizing traumatized children and improving adult/child interactions.  Useful for parents, teachers, school counselors and psychologists, and mental health professionals.   Included in the series:

Understanding the Traumatized Child

Former foster children, parents, teachers, and therapists discuss the variety of ways in which children may be traumatized, and describe the impact of trauma on the way children view themselves and others.  Topics include the incidence and types of trauma, efects of trauma on children, the "fight, flight, or freeze" response, sense of self in traumatized children, bouncing through the foster care system, disordered attachment in traumatized children, hyper-vigilance and other behaviors in  traumatized children, dissociation and triggers in traumatized children, and trauma re-enactments in traumatized children. - 44 minutes

Therapists and foster and adoptive parents, along with former foster children, examine the particular challenges in caring for severely traumatized children.  Topics include behaviors encountered by parents, grounding and de-escalation, problems with attachment in traumatized children, traumatized children's nightmares, environment and structure for traumatized children,
boundaries and time outs for traumatized children, developing trust in traumatized children, working with therapists, burnout, respite, and self-care. - 45 minutes

Teaching the Traumatized Child

This program combines guidance from therapists with the real-world insights of classroom teachers and former foster children. Topics include traumatized children's behavior at different ages, escalation and de-escalation, bullying of traumatized children, structure and rules for traumatized children, flexibility and trust, friends and socialization, value of a team approach with traumatized children, adjunctive programs for traumatized children, vicarious traumatization and self-care. 45 minutes

Includes a 50 page Trainer's Guide includes objectives, reproducible viewer outlines, review and discussion questions, a resource list, a journal article, and a book chapter.


The Presenters include:

  • Margaret E. Blaustein, PhD is a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of children and families impacted by chronic trauma. She is the Associate Director of Children's Services and the Clinical Training Coordinator at The Trauma Center in Allston, MA, a site of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.
  • Joyanna Silberg, PhD coordinates Trauma Disorder Services for children at Sheppard Pratt Health System in Baltimore. She was Clinician at Forbush School in Baltimore, which provides special education and therapeutic services for emotionally disturbed children in pre-school through 12th grade, for 8 years.
  • Frances Waters, DCSW LMFT, in private practice in Marquette, MI, has specialized in the field of child abuse for 25 years. She works as an educator, trainer, consultant and clinician in the area of childhood trauma and dissociation.
  • Sandra Wieland, PhD is a psychologist working with children, adolescents, and adults who have experienced trauma, at the Centre for Counseling and Therapy, Victoria, B.C., Canada. She is past director of the Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma in Ottawa.
50-page trainer's guide included.

 
This title can be found in...
Violence Prevention: Child Abuse
Early Childhood: Parenting
Early Childhood: Child Abuse

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