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Care of Children Exposed to the Traumatic Effects of Disaster


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    Author(s)James M Shultz and Zelde Espinel and Jon A Shaw
    PublisherAmerican Psychiatric Association Publishing
    ISBN9781585624263
    Pages243
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearMarch 2012

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    American Psychiatric Association Publishing Care of Children Exposed to the Traumatic Effects of Disaster by James M Shultz and Zelde Espinel and Jon A Shaw

    Care of Children Exposed to the Traumatic Effects of Disaster addresses the effects of disaster on children and their families, and explores the various resources that mental health practitioners and others who routinely interact with children, such as teachers, first responders, health care professionals, child care providers, child welfare professionals, and faith-based community members, can use to help them in their hour of need. The three co-authors have had extensive, and intensive, experience working with disaster victims and preparing both professionals and laypeople to intervene effectively in extreme events. Those on the front lines will find the book's practical and insightful observations, techniques, and strategies indispensible. Specifically, the book Explains not only how to provide basic support services and brief interventions but how to recognize children in distress, to actively support positive coping skills, to monitor children's well-being in the aftermath of disaster and to identify those who need more intensive evaluation and intervention.