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Loving And Living With Traumatised Children

Author : Megan Hirst
ISBN : IND:30000107641940
Genre : Adopted children
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A group of adoptive parents look at the effects on them of living with traumatised children. This insightful study offers reassurance and coping strategies to others in the same situation.
Category: Adopted children

Creative Therapies For Complex Trauma

Author : Joy Hasler
ISBN : 9781784502423
Genre : Psychology
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A burgeoning evidence base supports that arts, play and other creative therapies have potential to help children in foster care, kinship care or adoptive families to recover from complex trauma. Written by contributors working at the cutting edge of delivering effective therapeutic interventions, this innovative book describes models for working with children in foster care, kinship care or adoption. Covering how to assess needs and contextual considerations for working with children and families, this book presents a range of creative therapeutic approaches spanning art psychotherapy, music therapy and dance therapy. It emphasizes the necessity of working with caregivers and other significant adults, as well as the child, to facilitate recovery. The theoretical foundations of attachment, developmental psychology and neurobiology are embedded in each chapter showing how they underpin each of the recommended creative therapies. This book will be suitable for professionals directly employing creative approaches in their practice, such as arts therapists and play therapists, as well as those working with children who are interested in creative alternate approaches, such as psychologists, counsellors, therapists and social workers.
Category: Psychology

Music Therapy With Children And Their Families

Author : Claire Flower
ISBN : 1846428017
Genre : Psychology
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In the past, music therapy work with children typically took place in special schools without the family being present. More recently, music therapy has become a widespread practice, and this book reflects the variety of settings within which music therapists are now working with children together with their families. The contributors are music therapists with experience of working with children and their families in a range of different environments, such as schools, hospices, psychiatric units, child development centres and in the community. They describe their approaches to family work with client groups including children with autism, learning disabled toddlers, adopted children and looked after teenagers. Their experiences demonstrate that involving the family in a child's music therapy can be beneficial for everyone, and that it is possible to address relationship issues within the family as part of the treatment. This book will provide useful insight into the growing area of music therapy with children and their families, and will be valuable for music therapy professionals and students, as well as other medical and teaching professionals who work with families.
Category: Psychology

Wounded Children Healing Homes

Author : Jayne Schooler
ISBN : 9781615215225
Genre : Religion
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Why doesn’t our child return our love? What are we failing to understand? What are we failing to do? These questions can fill the minds of adoptive parents caring for wounded, traumatized children. Families often enter into this experience with high expectations for their child and for themselves but are broadsided by shattered assumptions. This book addresses the reality of those unmet expectations and offers validation and solutions for the challenges of parenting deeply traumatized and emotionally disturbed children.
Category: Religion

Big Steps For Little People

Author : Celia Foster
ISBN : 1846427800
Genre : Family & Relationships
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'This book is full of the techniques that we have used successfully over the years. Many we have adapted to suit their needs and many we have made up ourselves. What we have become particularly good at is not giving up!' A mother of two adopted children, Celia Foster wrote Big Steps for Little People as a personal `insider's guide' to parenting adopted children. Drawing on the hard-won wisdom gained in her own family life, the book offers a thoughtful account of life with adopted children and examines the issues that many adoptive families encounter, including the development of children with attachment problems and how to tackle behavioural difficulties. It combines real-life anecdotes with suggestions and strategies that other parents can put to use. This book will be a great comfort and help to all adoptive families and offers insights for the professionals who work with them.
Category: Family & Relationships

You Said Forever

Author : Susan Lewis
ISBN : 9781473537668
Genre : Fiction
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***BY POPULAR DEMAND*** THE THIRD AND FINAL BOOK IN THE BESTSELLING NO CHILD OF MINE TRILOGY from Sunday Times bestselling author Susan Lewis. Books one and two - No Child of Mine and Don't Let Me Go - are available to buy in paperback and ebook NOW 'A master storyteller' Diane Chamberlain ********* Charlotte Goodman is living the dream. Surrounded by family, friends and a stunning vineyard overlooking the ocean, it would be difficult for anyone to believe that she has a troubled past. However, haunted by the theft of a young girl, Charlotte begins to realise the enormity of something she did many years ago, and soon finds herself having to make the most harrowing decision any woman would ever have to face. Praise for Susan Lewis: 'Spellbinding! You just keep turning the pages' Daily Mail 'One of the best around' Independent on Sunday 'Heartbreakingly real family drama' Essential
Category: Fiction

Reparenting The Child Who Hurts

Author : Caroline Archer
ISBN : 9781849052634
Genre : Psychology
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" ... A parenting book [that] demystifies the latest thinking on neurobiology, physiology and trauma, and explains what the research means for parenting children who hurt"--Cover, page [4].
Category: Psychology

Loving Someone With Ptsd

Author : Aphrodite T. Matsakis
ISBN : 1608827860
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A recognized trauma expert and author offers strategies, including improving communication skills, setting realistic expectations and creating a healthy environment for those struggling to live with and help a partner or loved one suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Original.
Category: Family & Relationships

Trauma Attachment And Family Permanence

Author : Caroline Archer
ISBN : 1843100215
Genre : Psychology
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Exploring the complex issues of trauma, attachment and family placement, the contributors to this book provide a variety of complementary perspectives on practice in this area. Focussing on how to integrate attachment theory and developmental psychology in practice with adopted or fostered children, they emphasise the need for understanding of early trauma and its effect on child development. Examining multiple aspects of work with children who are unable to live with their birth families, the book includes contributions on: new approaches to matching children with families; effective manageme.
Category: Psychology

Children And Adolescents In Trauma

Author : Kedar Nath Dwivedi
ISBN : 9780857003560
Genre : Social Science
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Children and Adolescents in Trauma presents a variety of creative approaches to working with young people in residential children's homes, secure or psychiatric units, and special schools. The contributors describe a wide range of approaches, including art therapy and literature, and how creative methods are applied in cases of abuse, trauma, violence, self-harm and identity development. They discuss the impact of abuse and mistreatment upon the mental health of 'looked after' children, drawing links between psychoanalytic theory and practice and the study of literature and the arts. This indispensable book provides useful insights and a fresh perspective for anyone working with traumatised children and adolescents, including social workers, psychotherapists, arts therapists, psychiatrists, counsellors, psychologists and students in these fields.
Category: Social Science

Kids

Author : Camila Batmanghelidjh
ISBN : 9781785901560
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What was lost when Kids Company imploded last summer? More than reputations. The charity's founding vision, that there is a gap called love in how the state responds to abused and abandoned children, also vanished. In this book, the founder of Kids Company lays out the thinking behind a model of care that broke the cycle of neglect for thousands of vulnerable children. She reveals the true scale of Britain's failure in children's services, making public two decades of candid exchanges with Prime Ministers and senior politicians to explain why the sector has not improved since Victorian times. She also reveals the deceits used by local authorities to stop the magnitude of the problem becoming known. This is a book of hope, however. Calling on a plethora of moving case histories, it presents the science that gives cause for optimism; proof that even the most troubled young lives can be turned around. Looking forward rather than back, the book shows how a new model of support could be cheaper and far more effective than existing provision. Kids Company has gone. And yet something like it must be the future. It is imperative that the breakthroughs in understanding that came from its work are now shared with the widest audience. This book is an unusual collaboration between two outstanding individuals. One author is Camila Batmanghelidjh, who spent thirty years working with troubled families. The other is an award-winning journalist, Tim Rayment, who was sent to investigate Camila but decided instead that the real public interest lay in hearing her vital, life-changing message.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Durable Solutions

Author : Mathew Thorpe
ISBN : UOM:39015064896833
Genre : Law
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The papers of the 2005 Interdisciplinary Conference at Dartington Hall
Category: Law

Bubble Wrapped Children

Author : Helen Oakwater
ISBN : 9781780920986
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Numerous reasons cause adopted teenagers to reconnect with their birth family via Facebook, creating new challenges for adoption today and tomorrow. Incorporating theory, practice, anecdotes, metaphors, diagrams, models and case studies, this accessible book, written by an experienced adopter, clearly explains these complex issues. It maps connections between trauma, child development, grief, adolescence, contact, truth telling and parenting styles; offering fresh perspectives and strategies for parents and professionals.
Category: Family & Relationships

Reading And Expressive Writing With Traumatised Children Young Refugees And Asylum Seekers

Author : Marion Baraitser
ISBN : 9780857007476
Genre : Psychology
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Unpack my Heart with Words explores how literature can be used to help young victims cope with their experiences. The process of reading, discussing and rewriting carefully selected texts can have a significant therapeutic impact, as the young person identifies his or her own experience in the narrative. This book guides readers through all aspects of implementing biblio/narrative therapy with children and adolescents, from the importance of cultural sensitivity and understanding the psychological needs of the child to providing more practical information on how to choose the right text and encourage expression through the spoken and written word. It includes exercises for use in sessions, an analysis of the importance of symbol when working therapeutically with children, and a complete account of the ethics of good practice. Drawing on the author's innovative work with young asylum seekers and refugees, and with an overview of the latest research in creativity, language and memory, the book provides a comprehensive and practical resource on the use of literature to help young victims regain their dignity and overcome the overwhelmed hurt self. This book will be of immeasurable value to students and practitioners world-wide in arts and health care who work with traumatised young people, including counsellors, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, teachers, psychotherapists and social workers.
Category: Psychology

Assessing The Support Needs Of Adopted Children And Their Families

Author : Liza Bingley Miller
ISBN : 9781134131150
Genre : Medical
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Written in consultation with a range of experts, clinicians and practitioners as well as adoptive children, families and birth relatives, this book gives helpful guidance on making evidence-based assessments and planning successful adoption support. Key features include: a discussion of the main themes of adoption and pointers for practice in relation to the Assessment Framework a guide to the use of evidence-based approaches to assessment, including the tools commissioned by the Department of Health and the Department for Education a model for analysis and planning, and planning support and interventions an investigation of the source, range and value of support services and interventions that can promote the wellbeing of adopted children, their adoptive families and birth relatives. Packed with practical advice, case examples and models of good practice, this book is invaluable for social workers and managers involved with the adoption process and the well-being of children and families. It is also essential reading for social work students learning about working with children and families.
Category: Medical

Revealing The Inner World Of Traumatised Children And Young People

Author : Christine Bradley
ISBN : 9781784502652
Genre : Psychology
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Bringing together the latest research and theory about a child's inner world and the impact of the world around them, this is a guide to understanding and responding to the emotional needs of traumatised children. Founded on the principle that traumatised children do not have a secure sense of self and therefore cannot relate to the outside world without becoming overwhelmed, this book brings psychoanalytic and psychodynamic understandings of child psychology together with current neuroscience and trauma theory. At the heart of the book is an attachment-informed assessment model and guidance for treatment. Professionals working therapeutically with traumatised children, including therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health workers, social workers and residential care workers, will benefit from the wealth of knowledge and valuable practice guidance presented in this book.
Category: Psychology

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy For Child Trauma And Abuse

Author : Jacqueline S. Feather
ISBN : 9781849050869
Genre : Psychology
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`An excellent guide for therapists working with traumatised abused children.'---Amanda Shea Hart, PhD, Child and Family Specialist, Adelaide, South Australia --
Category: Psychology

The Handbook Of Child And Adolescent Psychotherapy

Author : Monica Lanyado
ISBN : 9781134041275
Genre : Psychology
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This updated edition of The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy reflects the many changes in the profession. It includes: additional chapters on neuroscience, work with ‘looked after children’ and with foster parents, working in schools enlarged chapters on research, attachment theory, work with parents, and developments in child and adolescent psychotherapy around the world chapters on areas of specialist interest including violence, sexual abuse and abusing, trauma, parent-infant psychotherapy, autism, victims of political violence, delinquency and gender dysphoria. The Handbook remains accessible and jargon-free. It will be a valuable resource for all who work in allied professions where the emotional well-being of children is of concern – health, education, social services – as well as trainee psychotherapists and experienced practitioners.
Category: Psychology

Living Loving And Learning To Love More

Author : Geoffrey Woodbridge
ISBN : 9781982213510
Genre : Fiction
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Are you ready to love? Are you able to receive love? Living, Loving and Learning to Love More is a powerful, life-changing book which will enhance your understanding of life, love and soul purpose. Jasmine Truelove unexpectedly embarks on a thoughtful exploration of love and spirituality one evening after she fails to recognise her husband. Aided by synchronicity, her devoted husband Ted and her friends, Jasmine discovers that life is about far more than she previously considered. After missing out on life’s greatest joys by trying to do too much, Jasmine enters a whole new world of love as she and her husband set out together on a quest to understand themselves, coupledom, their soul purpose and the world around them. As she learns the importance of quality time, abundance-thinking, self-accountability and faith, Jasmine slowly begins transforming her criteria of what success means to her while conquering her constant fears and worries. Amazed by the many things she has never thought about, Jasmine finds the universe’s loving messages about being present in the moment and adhering to life’s purpose of loving more, opens up an illuminating pathway that will change her life forever.
Category: Fiction