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This programme arose from working with children in care. Such children are at a high risk of future health problems, both physical and emotional, given their exposure to adverse life events – many of them traumatic. While there is little that can be done to take away a risk factor, you can do something to mitigate it and reduce the chance of it developing its negative potential. This is why the self-soothing programme was developed – to combat everyday and extraordinary stress. This manual provides a range of techniques that can be used by anyone, from children who have experienced trauma or unstable home lives, to the parents struggling to care for them, and from members of the emergency services, to any workers at risk of experiencing secondary post-traumatic stress disorder. It will prove valuable to anyone working with these vulnerable or traumatised groups, including counselling services, therapists, CAMH services, children’s services, fostering agencies, post-adoption support, schools and independent sector providers of services for children and young people.
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Pages: 75
Languages: English
ISBN: 9781909810587
Publisher: , Intrinsic Books
Place Of Publication: United Kingdom
Published: 31 Mar 2019
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  • Intrinsic Books
    We publish digital books for teachers and learners of English. Digital books that are cross-platform and can be read on a PC or a Mac or on your iPad, tablet or smart phone. Intrinsic books are sold via our sales platform, flexitome.com Each book you buy is added to your online Library at Flexitome. Your Library is instantly accessible every time you log in to your Flexitome account. All Intrinsic digital books come with digital right management (DRM) and sections of books that are photocopiable are provided as downloadable PDFs.
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