cannot avoid a constant stream of images and
accounts of frightening events. Wars, terrorist attacks, catastrophic
events, school shootings and the threat of nuclear and biological
attacks are all over the radio, television and Internet, and the
constant presence of media images and reports exposes children
to suffering and trauma in a way not experienced by earlier generations.
Children to Be Resilient: A Guide to Helping Children
Cope with Trauma in Today's World addresses the many frightening
events that impact our children, including trauma resolution techniques
and case studies; discussions of the respective roles played by
parents, teachers and the larger community; and a wealth of additional
resources for those helping traumatized children.
Provides techniques and resources for helping and treating
grieving, traumatized, and at-risk youth.
Helps professionals and parents achieve an understanding
of children's fears and develop practical methods to help children
become resilient adults.
Organizes a diverse range of bereavement, trauma and
other violence issues into a coherent concern about the welfare
Raising Our Children to Be Resilient: A Guide to Helping
Children Cope with Trauma in Today's World helps children
through their pain and confusion and guides them into a flexible
and compassionate adulthood.