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Child Mind Institute 




National Child Traumatic Stress Network 




American Psychological Association: Child Trauma Resources 




​The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children

    

Traumatic events are not always violent and

can be anywhere between moving

 somewhere new to being a part of a natural

disaster or war. Children can be effected by

evens such as moving schools, a divorce, or

a hospital experience. Everyone can be

uniquely impacted by stressful events that

can become trauma during or after the

event and everyone can react differently.

Some symptoms that can come from trauma

are nightmares, flashbacks, irritability, and panic reactions to noises or smells that remind the individual of the event. These types of symptoms can be very upsetting and can cause significant disruption to someone’s daily life.

At Lifegrowth, we work with each person on how the source of the trauma has impacted their lives. We utilize multiple techniques that can help the individual manage and overcome their disruptive symptoms as well as begin processing through the memories that may be causing distress. We strive to sensitively hold each person’s experience in a way that can provide a feeling of safety and comfort so that healing can take place. If you or someone you know has been affected by trauma, please contact us today to set up an appointment and begin the path towards healing. 

Note: The resources and information on this page are meant for general information  purposes only.

Lifegrowth is not responsible for the information or claims made by these resources.

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