Discusses the following three studies: Adults Who Experienced Child Sexual Abuse or Partner Violence, Adolescents and Children, and Veterans and Active Military. Dr.
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Presents three dramatized therapy sessions and hear from seasoned trauma therapists reflecting on their experiences working with clients of different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Offers information to parents and caregiver on how to help military children and adolescents who identify as LGBTQ deal with the many challenges they face. This tip sheet describes common thoughts or situations LGBTQ youth may have and how parents and caregivers may help.
Discusses the impact of trauma and young children including its impact of brain development; its impact on social, emotional, and cognitive development; and its impact on parent-child relationship and parenting dynamics. Dr.
Expands the conversation to include those in rural communities who are seeing an increase in Community Violence without the benefit of a service structure, appropriate training or the necessary partnerships to provide optimal care for families.
Hablarán sobre salud de refugiados y migrantes, estudios culturales, salud mental, desarrollo infantil temprano, estrés traumático infantil, sistemas de cuidado informados sobre el trauma y estrés traumático secundario.
Ofrece información relacionada a la intersección entre la cultura, la experiencia migratoria, el trauma y la evaluación.
Offers foundational information related to the intersection of culture, the migration journey, trauma and assessment.
Covers the impact of trauma on children during all phases of their migration journey.
Depicts a mother and her teenage daughter who have experienced severe family violence by an ex-husband/father in the past become embroiled in an intense verbal argument that escalates into sudden physical violence.
Offers parents and caregivers information about the importance of treatment completion.
Offers providers guidance on the importance of treatment completion.