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.
The following resources on Early Childhood Trauma were developed by the NCTSN.
Helps learners support children and families through the early years of a child’s life.
Discusses the implications of the changes in the DSM-5 as they relate to young children.
Features experts in the field of early childhood trauma discussing some of the core considerations when working with this population as they relate to the DSM-5.
Discusses the scope of polyvictimization in young children. This webinar describes its impact in early learning programs and emerging intervention practices with emphasis on work underway in Alaska and Washington State.
Discusses the many transitions experienced by, and the challenges transitions pose for, young traumatized children in the child welfare system.
Addresses the important role visitation plays for young foster children and their caregivers.
Discusses the importance of identifying and implementing effective strategies for self-care in dealing with the emotional challenges of working with infants, young children, and their caregivers who have been traumatized.
Addresses providing or referring infants, young children, and their caregivers for trauma-sensitive therapeutic interventions, including Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) and Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC).
Addresses the importance of understanding the special developmental needs of young traumatized children. This webinar discusses appropriate referrals for consultation and describes a cutting edge developmental intervention for children in the child welfare system.
Addresses the complex issues and critical needs surrounding young traumatized children in the child welfare system and those who care for them.
Introduces core concepts for enhancing diversity-informed practice. This webinar presents vignettes to highlight how each core concept can be applied to child welfare practice.