Children who have experienced trauma may exhibit symptoms such as sleep concerns, decreased eating, toilet intake regression, anger outbursts etc. Children can associate their trauma with places, people, and things. Trauma can look like fears, anxiety, nightmares, headaches, stomach pains, and lack of energy. Trauma doesn’t have to be scary and in this presentation, we can discuss how to work with children who have experienced trauma and ways to help them heal from their pain.
Presented by: Cathy P. Burks
Connecting the Dots of PTSD