Offers details on how early childhood trauma is unique, the scope of the problem, as well as the symptoms and behaviors associated with exposure to trauma at an early age.
Explains how trauma, especially repeated interpersonal trauma such as sexual or physical abuse, affects a child's developing brain.
Details information about interventions for children exposed to violence. This is a chapter in the Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Institute report Interventions for Children Exposed to Violence.
Screens children ages 0-5 for risk factors associated with traumatic stress.
Defines trauma in the early years and discusses the sources of traumatic events.
Describes a community system that impacts the lives of young children, addressing the context of the system and its impact on young children, as well as means to achieve effective collaborations within these systems.
Synthesizes research and clinical knowledge about typical brain development and the high impact that the stress response has on the developing brain.
Discusses the impact of trauma and the experience of young children in the child welfare system and the signs, symptoms, and consequences of trauma in infants, young children, and their caregivers.
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.
Helps learners support children and families through the early years of a child’s life and development.