Parenting a child who has experienced trauma children who have experienced traumatic events need to feel safe and loved all parents want to when children have experienced trauma particularly multiple traumatic events over an extended period of time their bodies brains and nervous systems adapt in. This factsheet discusses the nature of trauma especially abuse or neglect the effects of trauma on children and youth and ways to help a child who has experienced trauma. Children who have experienced severe trauma may need more early hurtful experiences can cause children to see and react in different ways some children who have been adopted or placed into foster care need help to cope with what happened to them in the past. To answer this question this article draws on information found in caring for children who have experienced trauma a workshop for resource parents 2010 by the national child traumatic stress network nctsn. Parenting children who have experienced trauma and adversity 48 7 ratings course ratings are calculated from individual students ratings and a variety of other signals like age of rating and reliability to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately
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