HBSE 2 - Treatment Evidence-based practices E.g., CBT, DBT;

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Treatment Evidence-based practices E.g., CBT, DBT; psychopharmacology Safety Remembrance and mourning Reconnection Trauma and substance abuse Self-medicating hypothesis High-risk hypothesis Susceptibility hypothesis Trauma and PTSD usually precede substance abuse Both issues carry shame and stigma Must be treated together Trauma-Related Issues in Children Symptoms of PTSD : Re-enactment Play Drawing Nightmares Intrusive ideations Avoidance Being withdrawn Daydreaming Avoiding other children Physiological hyperreactivity Anxiety Sleep problems Hypervigilance Behavioral impulsivity Guidelines for Living or Working With Traumatized Children 1. Don't be afraid to talk about the traumatic event. 2. Provide a consistent, predictable pattern for the day. 3. Be nurturing, comforting, and affectionate, but be sure that this is in an appropriate context. 4.
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HBSE 2 - Treatment Evidence-based practices E.g., CBT, DBT;

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