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PARENTING AFTER TRAUMA: UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHILD’S NEEDS- A Guide for Foster and Adoptive Parents (2013)

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All children need homes that are safe and full of love. Children who have experienced severe trauma may need more. Early, hurtful experiences can cause children to see and react in different ways. Some children who have been adopted or placed into foster care need help to cope with what happened to them in the past. Knowing what experts say about early trauma can help you work with your child.

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