Parenting a Child Who Has Experienced Trauma (Parenting Matters)

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A new title in CoramBAAF’s popular Parenting Matters series by best-selling author Dan Hughes. This practical handbook explores traumatic experiences and their effects on children at different stages of development. The first half of the book examines what constitutes trauma in childhood, including its symptoms, prognosis and treatment. It outlines specific parenting tasks, addresses educational and social issues and answers a range of frequently asked questions. In the second half, single adopter Matthew Blythe describes his experience of parenting twin boys who have experienced significant trauma and how this affected, and continues to affect, day-to-day family life. Parenting a child who has experienced trauma is the eleventh title in CoramBAAF’s popular Parenting Matters series which explores a range of health needs and conditions commonly associated with looked after children. Presented in a straightforward and accessible style each title in the series combines expert information and first-hand experiences in order to help readers gain knowledge, achieve understanding, and make informed decisions about whether they can care for a child.

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A new title in CoramBAAF’s popular Parenting Matters series by best-selling author Dan Hughes. This practical handbook explores traumatic experiences and their effects on children at different stages of development. The first half of the book examines what constitutes trauma in childhood, including its symptoms, prognosis and treatment. It outlines specific parenting tasks, addresses educational and social issues and answers a range of frequently asked questions. In the second half, single adopter Matthew Blythe describes his experience of parenting twin boys who have experienced significant trauma and how this affected, and continues to affect, day-to-day family life. Parenting a child who has experienced trauma is the eleventh title in CoramBAAF’s popular Parenting Matters series which explores a range of health needs and conditions commonly associated with looked after children. Presented in a straightforward and accessible style each title in the series combines expert information and first-hand experiences in order to help readers gain knowledge, achieve understanding, and make informed decisions about whether they can care for a child.

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