Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Disasters and other Traumatic Events. What Parents, Rescue Workers, and the Community Can Do
These manuals are available for free in pdf format.The printed versions are exclusively reserved for associations involved in the reception of victims of conflicts and disasters.
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Age: All ages
Pagination: 72 pages
Size: 230 x 163 mm
Publication: April 2022
ISBN: 978-2-493373-76-2 (POD)/ 978-2-38427-022-4 (ePub)/ 978-2-38427-023-1 (pdf)
Each year, children and adolescents experience disasters and other traumatic events. Parents, rescue workers, and members of the larger community can help children start the process of recovery and overcome these experiences. This book is adapted from the Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Disasters and other Traumatic Events guide from the National Institute of Mental Health at NIH.
The information in this guide is based on medical research. It will help you identify the signs of depression and give you guidelines to intervene and help children and adolescents facing difficulties.