Support for Children with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Takes the child welfare provider through the issues that brought the child to have the label of “PTSD” and how to manage it. These children need a level of support that is different than other children. Learn the core skills to help the child manage their own anxiety level. PTSD is a syndrome that needs to be fully understood. Learn ways to help with issues of eating and sleeping problems, social withdrawal and other syndrome-specific behaviors.
Abramowitz, R. & Bloom, S. (2003) Creating Sanctuary in Residential Treatment for Youth: Well ordered Asylum to a living Learning Environment.” Psychiatric Quarterly. Vol 74, No. 2 summer 2003.
Edited by J. Goodwin and R. Attias (1999).”Splintered Reflections:” Images of the Body in Trauma Basic Books
Gunderson, J.G. (1978) Defining the therapeutic processes in psychiatric milieus. Psychiatry, 41,327-335.
Claude MONET (1890) Meules, milieu du jour [Haystacks, midday]
Long, N., Wood, M. & Fecser,(2005) F. Life Space Crisis Intervention: Talking With Students in Conflict: Second Edition.
Perry, Bruce, D. (2007) Adapted in part from: “Maltreated Children: Experience, Brain Development and the Next Generation” (W.W. Norton & Company, New York, in preparation)
Tobias, Ulrich C. (1994) The Way They Learn. Tyndale House Pub. Carol Stream, Ill.
Terr, Lenore (1990) Too Scared to Cry. Basic Books. New York
Zidar, David. (2006) “The Four Areas of the Therapeutic Milieu”. Frontline, Ohio Association of Child and Youth Care Professionals.