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Vol 31 No 1 Coping With Trauma And Loss

Purchase Access May 16, 2016

The articles in this issue of Zero to Three focus on how parents, caregivers, and other professionals can bolster the resilience of young children in the face of stressful and potentially traumatic experiences.

The articles in this issue of Zero to Three focus on how parents, caregivers, and other professionals can bolster the resilience of young children in the face of stressful and potentially traumatic experiences. The authors explore how different systems of care—doctors and health care providers, child care professionals, the military community, and mental health professionals— can support families who are experiencing difficult life events and create an environment of support and safety for the very young children in their care. Children can and do cope with trauma and stress in the early years and, with the help of sensitive and caring adults, have the opportunity to develop strengths and skills that will empower them to cope with adversity throughout their lives.

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