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Abuse Types of Child Abuse Emotional Neglect Physical Sexual
Abuse Care Tips Remain calm. Reassure the child. Seek help.
Abuse Counseling Tips Pay attention. Create a safe place.Respect the privacy of the child. Gather information.
Bullying Signs and Symptoms Physical Verbal Social
Bullying Care Tips Pay attention to targeted kids.Teach children how to respond. Encourage kids to report bullying. Deal with bullies sensitively.
Bullying Counseling Tips Allow physical movement.Work on emotional development. Practice what you preach.
Bullying Bullying in the Church Don’t minimize or disregard.Give special attention to the target. Emphasize that God loves each unique child.
Terminal Illness Ways to help and support Communicate. Listen.Address spiritual needs. The child may regress.
Death Ways to help and support Encourage active grieving. Be there.Listen. Help with daily chores. Show love. Pray.
Loss of Child Counseling TipsOffer nonverbal ways to express feelings. Maintain routine and structure. Discuss Heaven. Allow the child to help. Give a comfort token.
Loss of Child Counseling Tips Create a goodbye ritual.Allow the child to pray.
Depression Addressing Concerns Confront aggression.Confront isolation. Confront suicidal thoughts. Medication. Set a positive example.
Depression Addressing Concerns Take care of yourself.Teach thought-stopping. Work with the family.
Divorce Care Tips Provide a feeling vocabulary.Provide a consistently warm and stable environment. Teach children how to use affirmations about themselves.
Divorce Care Tips Reassure children that they did not cause the divorce. Practice effectively listening. Normalize the child’s experience.
Divorce Counseling Tips Provide a network of support.Help with household adjustments. Include single parents in activities. Offer resources. When a family member is overdoing.
Special Needs Types of Needs Learning disabilities.Attention deficit hyperactivity disorders. Autism spectrum disorders. Mental retardation. Physical disabilities
Special Needs Counseling Tips Reach out to the family.Commit to open and constant communication. Believe that all children are important.
Special Needs Counseling Tips Educate yourself. Involve the parents.Be sure to include both parents when possible. Communicate Respond to the child, not the disability. Don’t lose hope!
Special Needs Counseling Tips Don’t forget the other siblings.Provide respite for the family. Make your ministry accommodating. Finding partners in the secular society.
Main Reasons for Changes in the American Family More women in the work force High divorce rate Postponing marriage.
How You Can Help A Walk Through the Family Toolkit A Resource for Families Supporting Children, Youth and Adults with a Mental or Substance Use Disorder.
Challenging Situations. Challenging Situations = Stress Challenging situations cause stress in a child’s life. Stress results from changes in a routine,
HOW TO HELP WORKSHOP: CHILDREN OF DIVORCE Maddison Davis School Counseling Services.
The Sunday School Child
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Mayra Evelyn SUICIDE is the act of intentionally causing one's owned death. Suicide is often committed out of despair,the cause of which is attributed.
There are many mental health problems. Some are more severe than others. Common mental health problems include: Depression Bipolar Disorder.
Working to make school safe and supportive learning environment. Extending students’ capacity for resilience. Taking action to prevent students being.
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Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information. 1.Identify causes of loss and grief. What You’ll Learn 2.Identify symptoms of loss.
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Relationships: Healthy and Unhealthy Lesson 29. Objectives Demonstrate strategies for communicating needs, wants and emotions in healthy ways Analyze.
ABUSE It devastates the victim It does not stop on its own Silence allows the abuse.
Types of Loss Medical emergency, interventions Emotional trauma to mother/parents Unknown illness in baby, NICU care Infant death (stillborn, neonatal.
You can give care to children and families Module 13.
Love and Autism How to Be Single, Date, and Have Relationships When You Have a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder Christina Adams Author, “A Real Boy:
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Family Relationships. Section 1 – Families Today The Family and Social Health If the relationships with family members are healthy, a child learns to.
Strengthening Family Relationships Chapter 12. Lesson 1 Functions of the Family As a social unit, the family serves several important functions: 1.
Stages of Grieving. 5 Stages of Loss and Grief 1.Denial – Refusing to believe what is happening 2.Anger – Being angry about what is happening 3.Bargaining.
Behavioral Therapy for Children. Behavior Therapy Has 3 Basic Principles Set specific doable goals. Set clear and reasonable goals for your child, such.
By Andy Olejack Grief. What is Grief? Grief is intense emotional suffering caused by a loss, disaster, or misfortune.
1 Obj 9.MEH.2.1: I will identify the causes and symptoms of depression Obj: 9.MEH.2.2: I will design help-seeking strategies for dealing with depression.
1,277 is the average number of days a child has before they start school. We want to ‘make them count’ for the children, for their families and for.
Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 4 Emotional Healing Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Problems 1 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Content Vocabulary therapy psychotherapy.
DEALING WITH DELINQUENT CHILDREN WAYNE THURMAN. JUVENILE DELINQUENCY The legal term for any child whose behavior is such that if he was an adult the behavior.
WHAT IS SAFE GUARDING Tutorials. During this lesson you will learn What safe guarding means How you can keep yourself and others safe. The college.
The basic unit of society SOCIAL HEATH- family helps its members develop communication skills PHYSICAL HEALTH- family provides food, clothing, and shelter.
A brief overview of the symptoms of childhood depression and stress, condition management, teaching modifications, and personal classroom modifications.
Intervening on Suicide: Skills, education, and resources for helping a young person in need Presented by Christian D Haase, MA, NCC.
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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS Helping children achieve their best. In school. At home. In life. National Association of School Psychologists.
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BELL WORK Why do you think people who are abused are afraid to get help?
Unit 3 Family Relationships. Unit 3 section 1 Objective Your relationship with your family members influence your total health.
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Video. 1.Answer problems 1-5 on your paper. Use lots of details. 2.When your partner is done, share your answer for #3 and your picture.
While divorce is stressful for children, research has found that the way parents handle the divorce process influences their child’s adjustment. Children.
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