Parenting a child who has experienced trauma children who have experienced traumatic events need to feel safe and loved all parents want to provide this kind of nurturing home for their children however when parents do not have an understanding of the effects of trauma they may misinterpret their childs behavior and end up. This factsheet discusses the nature of trauma especially abuse or neglect the effects of trauma on children and youth and ways to help a child who has experienced trauma parents or foster parents who do not understand the effects of trauma may misinterpret their childs behavior and attempts to address troubling behavior may be ineffective or in some cases even harmful. Parenting a child who has experienced trauma pdf this factsheet from the child welfare information gateway discusses the nature of trauma its effects on children and youth and ways to help your child. Parenting a child who has experienced trauma posted july 21st 2016 filed under blog understanding the repercussions that abuse and or neglect has on a child can seem overwhelming the child has been exposed to a form of trauma that no child should have to experience. So what should you know about trauma to answer this question this article draws on information found in caring for children who have experienced trauma a workshop for resource parents 2010 by the national child traumatic stress network nctsn
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