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Adopting a Child with a Trauma and Attachment Disruption History: A…

by Theresa Ann Fraser

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How does trauma impact the development of attachment? If you foster or have a desire for adopting a child, it takes a special love and compassion. It's like our celebrity Sandra Bullock who has adopted a child. Children can be orphaned for many reasons but to name a few there is neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, mental illness or drug addictions from the parents. I love the resources for parents, tips, and strategies to get thgugh some of the challenges that parents can face every day. Most importantly, adopted children need: emotional safety, structure, supervision and unconditional love and support. My best friend gave me this book for my unbiased review. © 2016 Jackie Paulson ( )
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This booklet is a fact-filled resource for adoptive parents who have a child with trauma and attachment disruption experiences. Fraser provides tips and strategies that can be considered before placement as well as days, weeks, and months after your child joins your family. It addresses the day-to-day issues that new parents often get stuck on and provides info on the Four S's parenting plan that she shares with families (safety, structure, supervision and support). Readers will: Understand how kids with trauma and attachment disruptions first require emotional safety Learn how providing structure will help your child connect with your family Discover the importance of providing engaging supervision Affirm that adoptive parents need support and learn how to help Therapists' Acclaim for Adopting a Child with Trauma...… (more)

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Loving Healing Press

2 editions of this book were published by Loving Healing Press.

Editions: 1615991301, 161599131X

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