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Trauma Journal Collection

Stefanie Powers
Item No.: J003
ISBN: J000000003
Now you can order special collections of the Zero to Three Journal bundled together by interest area for a significant discount! These Journal packages are ideal for training, coursework, or for deepening your knowledge around a particular content area.

This collection contains the following issues:


Improving the Lives of Infants and Toddlers in Foster Care
January 2011
The youngest children in the child welfare system face the greatest risks. In this issue authors examine the latest data on placement settings, length of stay, placement stability, exit reasons, and reentry. 


Coping with Trauma and Loss
September 2010
The articles in this issue of Zero to Three focus on how parents, caregivers, and other professionals can bolster the resilience of young children in the face of stressful and potentially traumatic experiences.


Homeless Families with Infants and Toddlers
January 2010
The contributors to this issue of the Journal provide a wealth of concrete strategies for addressing the needs of children and families who are experiencing homelessness—how to address separation anxiety and the effects of trauma; creating environments that offer structure and routine; strengthening parent–child relationships; and empowering families by helping them identify needs and priorities. 


Coping with Separation and Loss
July 2007
The articles in this issue explore a range of experiences that call upon young children to cope with separation and loss: deployment of military parents during wartime; divorced parents; emotionally unavailable parents; and the death of a sibling during pregnancy or early infancy.

Price: $50.00 for 4 issues


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