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Caring for kids after trauma, disaster and death: a guide for parents and professionals, second edition

Source(s):  New York University Child Study Center

This guide has been prepared for use with all children and adolescents following a traumatic experience, but users should be particularly sensitive to the reactions of those children who are more likely than others to be at risk for developing problems. This would include children who had physical exposure, who witnessed the event, who were near the location of the disaster or incident, who had a preexisting mental health issue, whose caregivers experienced emotional difficulty, who had preexisting or consequent family life stressors such as divorce or loss of job, previous loss or trauma experience or those who have a limited support network.



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  • Caring for kids after trauma, disaster and death: a guide for parents and professionals, second edition
  • Publication date 2006
  • Author(s) Koplewicz, Harold S.; Cloitre, Marylene
  • Number of pages 64 p.

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