"Gentling" represents a new paradigm in the therapeutic approach to children who have experienced physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and have acquired Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result.
a practical guide to treating PTSD in abused children
Signs and symptoms profile
Child specific expressions of stress disorder signs
The stress episode
A course of treatment for abused children with PTSD
Gentling and the treatment objectives
Problems with traditional behavior modification techniques
Special considerations in sexual trauma cases
An environment of high nurture, high structure
Helping to break negative engagement patterns
Face to face gentling countenance
The encopresis and enuresis problem
Stressed self harm management : teaching self comforting
When the child begin to share history : memory, sequence, truth, and confabulations
When a person is a known trigger
The family preservation bias : educating caregivers : foster parents, teachers, CYS, and judges
Stress behavior data collection
Self care for the clinician
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