Resources for Professionals

If you are a therapist, mental health professional, or educator you almost certainly deal with children who have Developmental Trauma (aka Reactive Attachment Disorder). A recent national survey on children’s health found that 47% of all children in the United States have had at least one adverse childhood experience. Below are resources you may find helpful as you work with families and their children.

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This is a resource written for parents who have a child with Developmental Trauma. It offers critical information, practical suggestions, and resources recommendations that will provide a way forward. It’s an easy read and an excellent resource for the parents you work with.

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