Jul 17, 2019
"One of the best ways to reduce medical trauma is by making the unknown known. Children need information and lots of it." - Lisa Dion
Medical trauma is prevalent in the majority of children who have undergone medical procedures or experienced chronic and acute conditions. This shows up in the playroom in a variety of ways, including those that can lead the therapist to jump to conclusions. Listen in to explore how to not only help children who have experienced this type of trauma but how to minimize future trauma as well.
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