Discusses multi-generational trauma within families and how it presents unique assessment and treatment planning considerations.
Discusses general and trauma-specific tools used to assess complex trauma in children and adolescents and how assessment guides treatment for this population.
Explains how trauma, especially repeated interpersonal trauma such as sexual or physical abuse, affects a child's developing brain.
Offers providers ways to use the CANS-Trauma Comprehensive, a tool designed to support individual service, treatment planning, and evaluation of service systems.
Depicts a moment when Rose initially directs her feeling of being victimized toward her therapist.
Offers concrete strategies and recommendations for providers working with LGBTQ youth who have experienced trauma.
Focuses on strategies and innovations that support the meaningful use of the CANS-Trauma and FANS-Trauma in practice in a range of child and family settings.
Discusses trauma-informed assessment in schools, differential diagnosis, and trauma-informed IEPs (Individualized Education Plans).
Highlights the story of a traumatized youth from early childhood to older adolescence illustrating his trauma reactions and interactions with various service providers.