Understanding and Supporting Refugee Children and Young People
A Practical Resource for Teachers, Parents and Carers of Those Exposed to the Trauma of War
- Available for pre-order on April 5, 2023. Item will ship after April 26, 2023
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This book is the go-to resource for those parents and professionals seeking to support children through the trauma of war and conflict. Not only does it provide the evidence base for effectively integrating refugee children into their new schools, but it also introduces the reader to a range of key tools and strategies to both understand and manage anxiety and trauma -related behaviours. Practical and user-friendly, it demystifies the process of talking about difficult topics, providing helpful advice on how to do this in a trauma informed way, making use of effective tools from therapeutic approaches to help our children and ourselves remain regulated and able to engage in post-traumatic growth.
Table of Contents
1. Talking to children and young people about war and conflict
2. Understanding Trauma in children and young people
3. Supporting Refugee children and young people
4. Self-care for those supporting traumatized children and young people
5. The role of refugee parents/carers
6. Handouts and resources for children and young people
7. Handouts and resources for carers and professionals
Dr Tina Rae has 40 years’ experience working with children, adults, and families in clinical and educational contexts within local authorities and specialist services. She is currently working as a Consultant Educational and Child Psychologist in a range of SEMH and mainstream contexts and is a widely published author.