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Socratic Seminar Research Chart

Miguela Boucher

Theme:

Subject:

Obstacles Relationships
during the between child
Dust Bowl and parent
after a
traumatic
experience.

Subject
Connection to the Citation(Title, author, page
connection to the book:
number, year):
Theme:

Facts:

Parent and child The relationship


2008 Presidential Task Force
relationships after between Billie Jo on Posttraumatic Stress
a traumatic
and her father have Disorder and Trauma in
experience can be changed because Children and Adolescents.
obstacles, and in of a traumatic
"Children and Trauma:
Out of The Dust
experience: her
Update for Mental Health
Billie Jo and her mom died and her Professionals."
father after mom baby brother.
Http://www.apa.org
.
and brother die.
American Psychological
Association, n.d. Web. 03
Mar. 2015.

.
reactions of individual youths may be influenced by
their developmental level, ethnicity/cultural factors,
previous trauma exposure, available resources, and
preexisting child and family problems
. nearly all children and adolescents express some kind
of distress or behavioral change in the acute phase of
recovery from a traumatic event
. Not all short-term responses to trauma are
problematic, and some behavior changes may reflect
adaptive attempts to cope with a difficult or challenging
experience.
. reactions displayed by children and adolescents who
have been exposed to traumatic events are similar or
identical to behaviors that mental health professionals
see on a daily basis in their practice.
. These include:

the development of new fears

separation anxiety (particularly in young


children)

sleep disturbance, nightmares

sadness

loss of interest in normal activities

reduced concentration

decline in schoolwork

anger

somatic complaints

irritability

.
Over time, most children return to their prior levels of
functioning
. Despite exposure to traumatic events and experiencing
short-term distress, most children and adolescents
return to their previous levels of functioning after
several weeks or months and resume a normal
developmental course.
. Caretakers are affected by childrens exposure to
trauma, and their responses affect childrens reactions to
trauma
. On a positive note, individual, family, cultural, and
community strengths can facilitate recovery and
promote resilience.
. resilience typically results in a reduction in both
psychological distress and physiological arousal.

Socratic Seminar Research Chart


Miguela Boucher
Theme:

Subject:

Obstacles Relationships
during the between child
Dust Bowl and parent
after a
traumatic
experience.

Subject
Connection to the Citation(Title, author, page
connection to the book:
number, year):
Theme:
Parent and child The relationship
relationships after between Billie Jo
a traumatic
and her father
experience can be have changed
obstacles, and in because of a
Out of The Dust
traumatic
Billie Jo and her experience: her
father after mom mom died and her
and brother die. baby brother.

National Child Traumatic


Stress Network.
"Understanding Child
Traumatic Stress."
Understanding Child
Traumatic Stress
. The
Center of Mental Health
Services, Substance Abuse
and Mental Health Services
Administration US
Department of Health and
Human Services and Jointly
Coordinate by UCLA and
Duke University, n.d. Web.
03 Mar. 2015.

Facts:

What a Traumatic Situation is Like for School-age


Children:

.
School-age children start to face additional dangers,
with more ability to judge the seriousness of a threat
and to think about protective actions.
.usually do not see themselves as able to counter a
serious danger directly, but they imagine actions they
wish they could take....
. in traumatic situations when there is violence against
family members, they can feel like failures for not having
done something helpful.