High parent involvement is the key to your trauma treatment success.
“Let’s find out what’s causing your stress.”
This episode of Family Trauma Step-by-Step Tools covers how to get therapy progress to really stick.
You will be surprised to know that nutrition is an X factor to help a child’s traumatized brain.
An approach that does not include the entire traumatized family can lead to relapse.
When treatment ends, how do we prevent our traumatized children and families from relapsing?
Treatment with traumatized families and children will often fail when the trauma therapist fails to both troubleshoot and conduct dress rehearsals.
Traumatized families with traumatized children often remain stuck in “now what?”
Sixteen-year-old Lucy and her family are hopelessly stuck in the weeds.
I will never forget the phone call.
Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg?
We have to get out of the weeds.
“Knowing is half the battle.” — GI Joe
What causes traumatized children and families to get stuck and unable to move forward?
Failure to Launch describes young adults who are struggling with the transition to adulthood.
When we think of creating family legacies and preserving family traditions, we focus on positive connections and joyous occasions. But often joy is only part of the family story.