Heartbreakingly honest look at the effect of exposure to including domestic
in the lives of children 8 and under A safe place is the lives of children and under A safe place is privilege Betsy Groves works with children traumatized by witnessing violence In this book she shows how children understand respond to and are affected by violence especially domestic violence She uses clinical case studies to show that being young does not protect against the lasting effects of witnessing violence I thought it would be a far enlightening read than it was I felt like it a giant brochure for her program Child Witness to Violence Project There was so much about the program and not enough about the children and effectssolutions I was very disapp. For the last ten years "Betsy Groves Has Been Working With Children "Groves has been working with children by witnessing violence In this book she shows how children understand respond to and are affecte.
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The Boy Who Was Raised a Dog and that had a little bit information and was easier for me to digest because each piece of information was imbedded in a case study This book is helpful but very limited If you have never dealt with domestic violence before then it is a good read If you are looking for in depth dealing with kidsREADING THE BOY WHO WAS RAISED
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but if you ever get a hankering for successful interventions in childhoodif you ever get a hankering for successful interventions in childhood and domestic violence this lady is aces It brings a tear to my eye actually how good she Y young children She uses clinical case studies to show that being young does not protect against the lasting effects of witnessing violence and she offers ways adults can hel. OintedFor reviews see my blog This book was very clearly written and definitely drew on McAlister Groves extensive experience to illustrate problems and solutions through storytelling Perhaps most surprising to me is that ust 20 years ago there was no recognition among psychiatristspsychologiststherapists that young children could be affected by witnessing violence It was assumed that children especially toddlers were unlikely to remember traumatic events Based on this understanding parents and others avoided talking about such events in
order to speed up the forgetting Unfortunately this ust meant that children had no one to go to with fear angerto speed up the forgetting Unfortunately this ust meant that children had no one to go to with fear anger anxiety
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