Osofsky helps the reader understand the significance of trauma for young children from a multi perspective view the book addresses the impact of trauma on neurophysiology attachment and culture as well as the importance of family treatment interventions and current policy issues such as foster care and the court system are also considered. Get this from a library young children and trauma intervention and treatment joy d osofsky presenting state of the art knowledge and treatment approaches for working with very young children affected by trauma this book fills a crucial need for mental health professionals and child . Young children and trauma intervention and treatment joy d osofsy editor new york and london guilford press 2004 341 pp 4500 hardcover the traumatization of young children has been a persistent theme in the pediatric child development child psychology and child psychiatry literature. Recent years have seen significant advances in knowledge about the effects of exposure to psychological trauma on young children from birth to age 5 this volume brings together leading experts to address practical considerations in working with traumatized young children and their caregivers state of the art assessment and treatment approaches are presented together with innovative service . Request pdf on researchgate on jul 1 2006 diana j english and others published young children and trauma intervention and treatment
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