St. Clair College - Windsor/South Campus

Working with traumatized children

RJ506.P55
B76
2016

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Working with traumatized children : a handbook for healing

Brohl, Kathryn, author.

2016.

xiii, 225 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.

This new, revised edition will provide you with insight into how traumatic experiences affect mind and body functioning and what you can do to foster safety and healing in children. Included: recent neuroscience research that more clearly articulates functional brain changes following a traumatic experience; simple and easy-to-follow exercises to soothe and calm children; detailed information on the impact of physical, verbal, and cyber bullying on children; and an expanded chapter on growing up traumatized and later choosing to work with young trauma survivors.

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Field Ind Subfield Data
001 001     3858689
005 005     20180723141943.0
020 ISBN   $a ISBN  978-1-58760-158-3
040 Cataloging Src   $a Original cataloging agency  SINAP
    $b Language of cataloging  eng
    $e Description conventions  rda
    $c Transcribing agency  SINAP
050 LC Call No $a Classification number  RJ506.P55
    $b Item number  .P55 B76 2016
100 ME:PersonalName 1   $a Personal name  Brohl, Kathryn,
    $e Relator term  author.
245 Title 10  $a Title  Working with traumatized children :
    $b Remainder of title  a handbook for healing /
    $c Statement of responsibility  Kathryn Brohl.
250 Edition   $a Edition statement  Third edition.
260 PublicationInfo   $c Date of publication, dist, etc  2016.
264 ProductnNotice $a Place of prod/dist/manuf.  Washington, DC :
    $b Name of prod./pub./dist./man.  CWLA Press,
264 ProductnNotice $c Date of prod/dist/manuf/copyrt  ¬©2016
300 Physical Desc   $a Extent  xiii, 225 pages :
    $b Other physical details  illustrations ;
    $c Dimensions  23 cm.
336 ContentType   $a Content type term  text
    $b Content type code  txt
    $2 Source  rdacontent
337 MediaType   $a Media type term  unmediated
    $b Media type code  n
    $2 Source  rdamedia
338 CarrierType   $a Carrier¬†type term  volume
    $b Carrier type code  nc
    $2 Source  rdacarrier
504 BibliogrphyNote   $a Bibliography, etc. note  Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-223).
505 505 0   $a 505  Child trauma and society -- Trauma's relationship with stressor-related disorders -- Trauma symptoms -- Understanding how children heal from trauma -- Partnering with parents within child welfare -- Trauma interventions -- Metaphorical storytelling -- Building child resilience -- Surviving childhood trauma ad becoming an advocate for children -- How can I be nice at work when I'm burned out by my compassion?.
520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  This new, revised edition will provide you with insight into how traumatic experiences affect mind and body functioning and what you can do to foster safety and healing in children. Included: recent neuroscience research that more clearly articulates functional brain changes following a traumatic experience; simple and easy-to-follow exercises to soothe and calm children; detailed information on the impact of physical, verbal, and cyber bullying on children; and an expanded chapter on growing up traumatized and later choosing to work with young trauma survivors.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Post-traumatic stress disorder in children
    $v   Handbooks, manuals, etc.
852 Holdings   $a Location  221
    $h Classification part  RJ506.P55 B76 2016
    $p Barcode  219677
    $9 Cost  $34.00

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