THE PATH to Trauma Therapy: A Guide for Getting Traumatized Children the Help They Need

Most children in the child welfare system have experienced trauma. Some children have protective factors that buffer the effects of trauma. However, many are exposed to such severe or prolonged trauma that they have short and long-term serious physical and mental health consequences that need to be addressed. All professionals working with at-risk children should be aware of trauma and should identify those cases that may benefit from further assessment. This brochure describes the process of screening, assessing, and properly treating trauma. For more information about the brochure, contact Cassie Roberts at (402)472-0201 or croberts@unl.edu

 

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THE PATH to Trauma Therapy: A Guide for Getting Traumatized Children the Help They Need