New Responses to Old Behaviors
Increases awareness of how children’s behaviors are stuck at an age of development when they experienced loss, neglect and/or abuse. Presents a basic overview to aid child welfare providers with a better understanding of the importance of child and family interaction, particularly during early development. Includes areas for positive skill building in order to strengthen the family while working toward the goals in the client’s case plan.
Resource: New Responses to Old Behaviors, Therapeutic Parenting for Children who have experienced parental loss, neglect and/or abuse. By: Holly Van Gulden and Adoptive Family Counseling Center.