Wounded Angels: Inspiration From Children in Crisis uses vignettes of children in crisis situations to portray how troubling behaviors can act as clues for ways children can grow stronger after traumatic stress. This text shows how children can guide caregivers and practitioners through hidden conflicts and, through case examples, provide opportunities to develop emotionally supportive relationships. Practitioners and caregivers can use Wounded Angels to encourage a resilient perspective for children. In return, this text informs readers how children find their own path towards healing.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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Table of ContentsAcknowledgements 1. Angels in My Life Part I: Listening to the Angel Inside 2. Mandy 3. Pathways to Angels 4. Alex 5. Nicole 6. Jake 7. Donald 8. Janine 9. Vanessa 10. Jon Part II: Children Transcending Trauma 11. Rodney 12. Todd 13. Colin Brenda 14. Randy Part III: Healing our Children, Healing Ourselves 15. Molly 16. Nurturing the Angels in Our Lives Part IV: Resources for Caring Adults, Therapists and Counselors 17. Traumatic Stress and the Heroes Quest 18. Real Life Heroes 19. Caregivers Power Plan 20. Resources for Caring Adults, Therapists, and Counselors About the Author