Child Trauma PPT
CONTEXT OF TRAUMA. Natural Disasters. Illnesses and Injury. Wars, Genocide, Terrorism. Industrial and Nuclear Disasters. Family and Intimate Partner Violence
UPSTAIRS is the cerebral cortex that allows a person to think, plan ahead, and have empathy for others. Integrate both sides! Left Side Right Side
MCAVIC-USC Child and Adolescent Trauma Program, National Child Traumatic Stress Network Goals of assessment Initial status (need for treatment) Trauma exposure Generic psychological symptoms Anxiety, depression, anger, ...
The Impact of Trauma on Children and Families Implications for Child Welfare and the Court System Presented by C. Lynne Edwards, LCSW CASA State Conference, 2012
Developed by: Rhonda Best & Mitch Kremer Northern Illinois University Center for Child Welfare and Education * How Childhood Trauma Effects Learning
Effects of Trauma on children Trauma-Definition A wound, hurt, or injury Physical stress including abuse or neglect Emotional/psychological neglect or abuse Trauma-types One-time incidents like accidents, natural disasters, crimes, surgeries, deaths, and other violent events.
The Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention A family based model for early ... Court issues etc.) Support Clinician: Role Child Meeting Trauma psychoeducation Depending on age either/or Observational play session to assess spontaneous issues around traumatic issues Discussion of ...
What does Trauma Have to Do with It? Strategies for Making Child Welfare Systems more Trauma-Informed Lisa Conradi, Psy.D. CTISP Project Manager
Title: Clinical Sequelae of Child Trauma Author: Nadine Jacqueline Burke Last modified by: Heather Fitzpatrick Created Date: 1/4/2009 6:36:50 PM Document presentation format
Trauma affects a child’s behavior, feelings, relationships, and view of the world in profound ways. * (Continued) Why a Trauma Workshop? (Continued) A Foster Dad Speaks No one really explained to me about the impact of trauma on a child’s life.
Title: Secondary Trauma and the Effects on Child Welfare Social Workers Author: haram Last modified by: lanetta Created Date: 8/15/2008 6:49:16 PM
Building Loving Connections The Impact of Trauma on Development and Attachment for Children in Placement Presented by C. Lynne Edwards, LCSW Trauma Informed Practice Establishing Nurturing Routines The predictability of a daily routine helps children understand the world is a safe place where ...
Addressing Trauma in Child Welfare: Promoting Well-Being for Children, Youth, and Families. Clare Anderson, Deputy CommissionerAdministration on Children, Youth and Families
Young child and trauma Effects of Trauma What are the effects of trauma on children ? Effects of Trauma Trauma and the brain Trauma “gets under the skin” (Shonkoff) ...
Trauma Systems Therapy for Adolescent Substance Abuse (TST-SA) Liza Suárez, Ph.D. Glenn Saxe, MD Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders Center for Medical and Refugee Trauma
Title: Visceral Injuries in Child Abuse Last modified by: moorekl2 Document presentation format: Custom Other titles: Gill Sans ヒラギノ角ゴ ProN W3 Arial Calibri Lucida Grande Title & Subtitle Title & Bullets Title - Center Bullets Photo - Horizontal Photo - Horizontal Reflection Photo ...
Title: NCTSN DSM V Developmental Trauma Taskforce Author: Bessel van der Kolk Last modified by: Bessel van der Kolk Created Date: 2/3/2006 6:27:53 PM
Title: Typical Development vs. Developmental Trauma Author: Daniel, Sara Last modified by: Laurie Salzman Created Date: 11/10/2009 2:07:18 PM Document presentation format
A Trauma-Informed Children’s Intervention Norma Finkelstein, PhD Executive Director, Institute for Health and Recovery Lisa Russell, Ph.D. Senior Scientist, ETR Associates
Sources of potential trauma and complex trauma for individuals served by child serving systems. Impact of trauma on emotional and behavioral functioning. Principles of trauma-informed systems. Ways to decrease the possibility that those seeking services and staff experience trauma.
Impact of Trauma on Children Served Within Systems of Care and Intervention Approaches Robyn Boustead MIMH Photo courtesy of The Anna Foundation.
The Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit: An Overview Alison Hendricks, LCSW Chadwick Trauma-Informed Systems Project Chadwick Center for Children and Families
Title: Understanding and Responding to Early Childhood Trauma: Systems and Program Approaches Author: Beth Green Last modified by: Charley Korns
Essential Elements of a Trauma-Informed Child Welfare System. Maximize physical and psychological safety for children and families. Identify trauma-related needs of children and families.
Trauma’s impact on children a potential legacy of pain ... Child feels betrayed by parent inability to keep them safe. Small Groups: What are the major traumas you see in the children you work with? What the most common symptoms you see?
The Effects of Trauma on Young Children Stacey Ryan, LCSW Angela M. Tomlin, Ph.D. IAITMH 2006 Types of Trauma Witnessing violence (domestic and other) Natural disaster Terrorism Accidents Abuse/Neglect Loss of caregiver Do Young Children Experience Trauma?
Title: Advancing Trauma-Informed Care in Child Welfare Practice Author: mgroner Last modified by: mgroner Created Date: 9/12/2012 5:40:45 PM Document presentation format
Manage professional and personal stress Trauma-informed child mental health practice mirrors well-established child mental health practices.
Title: Childhood trauma, PTSD, and ADHD Author: Ali Marsh Last modified by: Inge Van der Poel Created Date: 10/17/2006 12:10:30 PM Document presentation format
Trauma in Child’s Household . Alcohol or drug use . Depressed, emotionally disturbed, or suicidal household member . Mother treated violently . Imprisoned household member . Loss of parent . Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) What does this mean for us?
Trauma Patient Assessment ... (child = >10’) Roll-over High speed collision (child = moderate speed) Mechanism of Injury (cont.) Pedestrian Involvement Motorcycle (child = bicycle) Altered mental status Penetrating wounds to head, chest, ...
Trauma-informed child mental health practice mirrors well-established child mental health priorities. Maximize the child’s sense of safety. Traumatic stress overwhelms a child’s sense of safety and can lead to a variety of survival strategies for coping.
Fortunately, there are effective treatments for child traumatic stress. * Examples of Trauma Natural events such as an accident-a fall that results in a physical injury or fear Man made events such as physical assault and/or abuse, ...
PTSD Develops In Some But Not Others After A Trauma. Individual child’s response to the event. Inherent resiliency. Learned coping mechanisms. External sources of social support. Short lived trauma – younger children more dependent on parent’s reaction to the trauma (eg.
Prevalence. 70‐80% of mental health clients have severe trauma histories. In state hospitals, estimates range up to 95%. 90% or more of women in jails and prisons are victims of physical or sexual abuse
Urgent First Impression Trauma A child showing signs of hypoperfusion, but whose only obvious injury is head trauma can be presumed to have other injuries. Head trauma alone does not cause hypoperfusion in children, except for very young infants.
Children Refugees Fleeing War Trauma Regina Musicaro Harvard Extension School July 14th, 2009 Treatment: Symptoms (Boothby, 2006 ) Child soldiers, Mozambique’s rebel military.
Pediatric Head Trauma Elizabeth Meade, MD Pediatric Hospitalist Swedish Pediatric Specialty Care Case 1 11 m/o male presents to the ED with chief complaint of “fall” Questions?
Impact of Trauma on Children and Families Part One Presented by C. Lynne Edwards, LCSW Home Visiting Consortium October, 2013 HANDOUT: MY NOTES Presented by C. Lynne Edwards, LCSW
The Impact of Psychological Trauma on Development and Learning Implications for education, social service systems, and treatment Conditioned fear responses to trauma-related stimuli Shattered meaning propositions Loss of trust, hope, and sense of agency Loss of “thoughts as experimental action ...
Young People Who Experience Trauma: Identifying Strategies to Promote Resilience and Reduce Future Perpetration of Violence. April 2-3, 2012 Summit
Stress Management in Child Welfare Practice Trainer: Date: Nelson-Gardell & Harris (2003) found that a personal experience with childhood abuse increased the social worker’s risk of secondary trauma.
Do I Look Stressed? The Impact of Stress and Trauma in Early Childhood Erin Kinavey , M.Ed. DHSS-OCS Early Intervention Manager Part C Coordinator
* National Institute of Mental Health. What is Childhood Trauma? The experience of an event by a child that is emotionally painful or distressful which results in lasting mental and physical effects.*
The Impact of Early Childhood Trauma on Brain, Behavior and Child Development OJDDA Conference September 28, 2010 David W. Willis, M.D., FAAP President, Oregon Pediatric Society
Clinical Behavior and Trauma Therapist. Founder/Executive Director. Collaborations for Resiliency in Children. Juveniles and Trauma:Issues and Resolution. Agenda. ... exposure to chronic trauma usually caused by a caregiver and the immediate and long term impact of such exposure on the child.
Trauma Focused Child Welfare System . Little River Band of Ottawa Indians Trauma Focused Strategies: The development of trauma focused assessment for children and their families. Therapeutic Interventions utilizing Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Use of Trauma-Informed Interventions in Youth Permanency PracticeErika Tullberg, MPA, MPHAssistant Research ProfessorNYU Child Study CenterNovember 27, 2012
... setting Epidemiologic transition in HIC Chronic illness in adults Chronic illness in children Low mortality from child trauma Increased disability from child trauma: ...
The history of trauma research. Trauma research is a recent frontier in mental health. Returning soldiers were studied and diagnosed with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) diagnosis