What separates FST from other trauma-informed approaches?
- Moving from the traumatized child as part of a traumatized family system is limited. The term “traumatized family” is not used in mental health. Instead, it is the traumatized child.
- Traumatized children are often treated in individual therapy with limited to no involvement of the family, extended family, or community.
- In Response to this Challenge, Treating the Traumatized Child: A Family Systems Step-by-Step Approach (Springer Publishing, 2017) was written after 8 years of research in 15 different states and provides the counselor with step-by-step tools.
What populations does FST serve?
What we mean by the designation of a traumatized child or adolescent is a child or adolescent between the ages of 8 and 18 years and their family and/or community. A child or other family is traumatized when problem symptoms mirror a PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder diagnosis.
How do I become better trained in FST ?
How do I get in touch with FST?
You can submit an inquiry through our website or call toll-free at (800) 735-9525