Developing Strategies to Deal with Trauma in Children: A Means of Ensuring Conflict Prevention Security and Social Stability : Case Study : 12-15-year-olds in Serbia
Strategies which mothers, fathers, teachers, or any concerned member of the community can be trained to undertake in order to complement the work of mental-health professionals. This publication focuses on preventing trauma and dealing with its consequences in children and adolescents as victims, witnesses and perpetrators of violence.
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Introduction I The Essential Elements in Dealing with Trauma in Children and Adolescents in the Context of Conflict and Terrorist Incident
Introduction II Working in the Context of the New Security Environment and Threats to National and International Stability
Part II Identifying ScientificallyGrounded Specific Strategies to Deal with the Responses to Trauma Shown by 1215 Year Old Serbian Children and t...
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