A therapeutic treasure box for working with children and adolescents with developmental trauma : creative techniques and activities / Dr. Karen Treisman.
By: Treisman, Karen.Series: Therapeutic Treasures Collection.Publisher: London ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017Description: 420 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785922633.Subject(s): POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER | CHILDREN | ADOLESCENTS | THERAPY | CHILD PARENT RELATIONSHIPS | RESILIENCE | Adolescent psychotherapy | Child psychotherapy | Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Treatment | Stress Disorders, Traumatic -- therapy | Stress, Psychological -- psychology | Resilience, Psychological | Child | Adolescent | Adolescent psychotherapy | Child psychotherapy | Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Treatment | Resilient therapy | Stress (Psychology) | Trauma's (psychologie) | Kinderen | Adolescenten | Creatieve therapie | Health and Fitness | Health and Wellbeing
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 419-420).
Introduction to using the book, guiding principles, and underpinning rationale -- Tools for supporting the assessment and engagement of and building rapport with young people -- Working towards establishing multi-levelled safety (inner safety, emotional safety, physical safety, felt safety) -- Strategies for supporting children who have experienced relational and developmental trauma to identify, label, express, and regulate their feelings -- Strength, resilience, and hope-based practices : finding ways to identify, notice, celebrate and build on children's strengths, skills, resilience and positive qualities -- Strengthening and supporting "parent-child" relationships, relational trust, and interpersonal connections -- Team around the family- caring for the caring- holding carers in safe hands, thinking minds, and regulating bodies -- Strategies for understanding, reducing and responding to outbursts, tantrums, rage, and expressions of dysregulation -- Supporting children who are experiencing nightmares and sleep difficulties -- Preparing, planning, reflecting on, and expressing endings, changes, goodbyes, and transitions.
This is the essential resource for anyone working with children or teens who have experienced trauma. It provides an overview of the latest theory, good practice, and a treasure trove of activities and handouts.