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The possibility of assigning control of psychotherapeutic processes to children, allows, when supervised, to create conditions for the resolution of traumatic events in a more natural and structured way. In this context was developed a new protocol…

In order for a child to recover from psychological symptoms or behavioral problems, a healthy parent-child relationship must exist. The relationship in which parents validate their child's negative emotions and somatic sensations is required to allow…

The EMDR treatment of early trauma begins best when both the child and parent can truly experience relaxation and safety in the therapy room. Here we would like to share our experience in creating a non-threatening, environment that is both playful…

Este trabalho foi realizado numa Clínica Pediátrica, CLIAP, em São Paulo, Brasil, com 128 pais na idade de 28 a 56 anos, numa amostra de 2.560 atendimentos individuais, sendo 20 atendimentos para cada pai. Estes pais vieram para tratamento…

When considering these seven issues: Parent’s Mental Health Status/ Abusive Parent, Parent Expectations, Parent’s Treatment History, Parent’s Ability to Tolerate Affect, Attachment, Sharing Information, and Parent Co-Therapist, the authors consider…

Leaflets developed for explaining EMDR therapy to children, adolescents and their parents were developed by our two Dutch EMDR C & A Trainers, Carlijn de Roos and Renee Beer and have now been translated into 11 different languages by the Europe C & A…

Butler reflects on her relationship with her parents from the time she was a child. After her father had a stroke, Butler's relationship with her mother improved. Butler has found ways to help her mother, who is the primary caregiver. Both Butler and…

Disturbed attachment in childhood is associated with serious emotional and behavioral disorders throughout the lifespan. Unfortunately, problems related to poor attachments and abuse by attachment figures are frequently transmitted from one…

Children exposed to a wide range of traumatic events suffer significant post-traumatic reactions. Randomised controlled trials assessing the effectiveness of interventions with traumatised children are described, the limitations of the current…

Fear of spiders, disgust sensitivity, and spiders' disgust-evoking status were assessed in a group of spider phobic girls (n = 22) who applied for treatment, in a group of non-phobic girls (n = 21), and in the parents of both groups of children. The…
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