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Treating Trauma in Schools using the Narrative Approach
This paper outlines the long history of childhood trauma in our culture and its ubiquity to the present day. When primary caregivers do not provide the sense of safety that a child needs to thrive, trauma-informed schools ...
Equine Assisted Therapy for Adolescents Challenged by Anxiety in Schools
Adolescent anxiety is highly problematic in the high school setting and can cause long-term persistent mental health issues such as further anxiety, depression, and substance use problems later in life. Animal-assisted ...
Supporting Students with Pathological Demand Avoidance
Pathological demand avoidance (PDA) is a little-known profile on the autism spectrum that can cause problems for students if appropriate strategies are not used. Most of the strategies used in schools for autistic students ...
Childhood Interpersonal Violence: The Effects on Adult Attachment and How Best to Support Victims in Moving Beyond their Violent Experience
Child interpersonal violence continues to be a concern affecting a considerable proportion of the population. Without appropriate intervention, it is possible that many of these children will continue to experience ...