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Caregiver Well-Being & childs challenging behavior

Below are the best resources we could find on Caregiver Well-Being and childs challenging behavior.

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Trauma and Behavior Part 4: "Advice for Struggling Caregivers"

Educational Specialist Laura Phipps provides suggestions and encouragement for parents and caregivers struggling with serious behavior problems.

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Bella

How do you know when it’s time to take your autistic, bipolar twelve-year-old daughter to the psych ward?

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Tourette Syndrome: Support for Parents

Do you suspect that your child might have Tourette Syndrome? What are the challenges of Tourette - for your child and for you? Where can you turn for support?

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Goodbye Yucky Thoughts and Feelings: An EMDR Workbook for Children

Using this workbook, the child EMDR psychotherapist guides the child client through the EMDR protocol. Visually appealing illustrations based on children's drawings are used to encourage the child to draw imaginal and existing resources for strength, mastery, and comfort.

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How Trauma Affects Kids in School

Ongoing exposure to neglect, abuse, homelessness or violence causes learning and behavior problems in children. Signs of trauma and tips for helping kids who've been traumatized.

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Healing Self-Injury: A Compassionate Guide for Parents and Other Loved Ones

Healing Self-Injury provides desperately-needed guidance to parents and others who love a young person struggling with self-injury.

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How to Talk with Family Members About a Kid’s Mental Health

Those who help care for children need to know details about their challenges.

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Dancing with a Porcupine: Parenting Wounded Children without Losing Your Self

Parenting is hard. So what do you do when you’re parenting a child who has experienced trauma or has extra challenges? You often feel alone and inadequate. You want so much to help your child, but you are at the end of your own rope. You feel guilty that sometimes you want to just quit.

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Present Moment Parenting: The Guide to a Peaceful Life with Your Intense Child

There are many reasons a child doesn't respond to typical parenting techniques. Whatever the root cause of the intensity, parent coach and trainer Tina Feigal's revised edition of her book (formerly titled The Pocket Coach for Parents) will give you the tools you need to create a peaceful life.

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