|This book examines children's responses to a wide range of natural and man-made disasters--from floods and house-fires to acts of terrorism and war--looking at the immediate and lasting effects of trauma that can interfere with their current and future psychological adjustment. In turn, it presents coping materials and interventions developed for use with children, offering strategies for when and how to intervene based on clinical observation and empirical evidence.
Author: Annette La Greca
Publication Date: 01-01-2002
Pages: 446 | Height: 10.3 | Width: 7.3