By Elisabeth Ullmann, Werner Hilweg
What's trauma? Which aggravating occasions are young ones uncovered to? What reactions do annoying stories in the course of adolescence evoke? How can the affected youngsters be helped? Who is helping the care giver? What roles does the UN conference on Rights of the kid play within the defense of kids? This e-book makes an attempt to respond to those questions and takes a vast method of the topic of adolescence and trauma. The textual content examines intimately "separation, sexual abuse and war", all of that are really traumatizing to young ones, and the way they care for it in numerous cultures. One bankruptcy offers exclusively with the best way to aid specialist care givers who stay and paintings with affected young children. one other objective of the e-book is to take advantage of functional stories of SOS villages to demonstrate the chances and bounds care and treatment for traumatized young ones. The publication contains a complete of 17 articles supplied by means of authors from 8 various nations and pursues either a pragmatic and theoretical method of the themes pointed out.
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She frequently pays more attention to the younger children. The mother might also regress and become dependent on her own parents, with the mother becoming the child’s sister and the grandparents becoming the child’s parents. Many other changes can occur within the remaining “family”. These changes can lead to the child’s “no longer recognizing” his or her mother. The mother-child relationship can also be changed by the child. ” The child may transfer aggressive feelings toward the father to the mother.
Including Children in Customs and Rituals Following a Death When a child has suffered a personal loss through a death, it is important to provide him or her with the opportunity to see the corpse, as well as allowing the child to participate in the ceremonies and rituals. It is, however, necessary, that the child is prepared well so that he or she can really participate in the ceremonies. Active support is also important, as well as providing the child with an opportunity to talk to someone about his or her feelings and thoughts afterwards.
Even when such incidents occur very rarely, children can recall them with clarity, as well as the pain and fear they felt, even years later (WALLERSTEIN/KELLY 1980; WOLCHIK/SANDLER/BRAUER/FOGAS 1985). Children are very sensitive to mood swings in their parents, particularly when one parent is unhappy and suffering (WOLCHIK/SANDLER/BRAUER/ FOGAS 1985). Not infrequently do children assume the role of marriage counselors, attempting to comfort one or both parents or taking steps to bring about the parents’ reconciliation or reunification (BERNHARDT 1986; WILLE 1985 a,b; WOLCHIK/SANDLER/BRAUER/FOGAS 1985).
Childhood and Trauma: Separation, Abuse, War by Elisabeth Ullmann, Werner Hilweg