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Reflections on how to liberate ourselves
Keith Fadelici LCSW
After a child's trauma, we may struggle to find the road back to "normal." With a basic understanding of the lay of the land, we can find the way.
Replacing avoidance with warm acceptance is the challenge parents often face when their children have been hurt.
When a child is exposed to a potentially traumatic event, what should a caregiver do? A few adjustments at home can prevent a bad situation from getting worse.
Do you have every reason to change but your unwanted habit persists? Consider the power of creating a new pattern.
Keith Fadelici, LCSW, has been providing psychotherapy for over 22 years in both a private practice and agency settings. He specializes in treating patients who have experienced trauma.