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Longer Recess, Stronger Child Development

Longer Recess, Stronger Child Development | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
With an hour-long recess, elementary schools can help children develop through increased creative play, authentic SEL, and adequate physical regulation.
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I agree 100%! Opportunities to be active, play, engage with peers throughout the school day are all needed and support children's ability to focus and engage in the classroom.
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Family Is the Key, interview with Rob Gent of CALO

Family Is the Key, interview with Rob Gent of CALO | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it

Young people need a stable environment with adults they can attach to in order to grow up healthy explained Rob Gent, Chief Clinical Officer for CALO, to Lon July 15, 2016. 


Via Lon Woodbury
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CALO deals primarily with adopted students and in this interview Rob explains some of the elements used by CALO to help each student by re-building family relationships. -Lon

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CALO deals primarily with adopted students and in this interview Rob explains some of the elements used by CALO to help each student by re-building family relationships. -Lon

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What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone

What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Do you want to be there for a loved one, but don't know how? Here are some techniques to help you 'hold space' for people in need.
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What Changes When a School Embraces Mindfulness?

What Changes When a School Embraces Mindfulness? | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Taking the time to practice mindfulness, every day, several times a day, has made a big difference at a school trying to overcome trauma.
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Victim Blaming: Childhood Trauma, Mental Illness & Diagnostic Distractions? - Mad In America

Victim Blaming: Childhood Trauma, Mental Illness & Diagnostic Distractions? - Mad In America | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
The vast majority of people diagnosed with a mental illness have suffered from some form of childhood trauma.
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Primary school where the children are made to run a mile every day

Primary school where the children are made to run a mile every day | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Teachers at St Ninians school in Stirling have sent pupils out for the daily run for the last four years - it has been so successful it could now be introduced nationwide.
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How trauma changes the way our brain forms memories

How trauma changes the way our brain forms memories | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Fear kicks our brains into overdrive, forcing us to focus only on the things that matter to survival. That's why it's difficult to remember all the details of these experiences later, psychologists explain.
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Interesting read on how trauma impacts our memories!
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The Trauma Tree – Understanding The Impact Of Childhood Trauma

The Trauma Tree – Understanding The Impact Of Childhood Trauma | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
It’s hard to comprehend the impact of childhood trauma on the developing brain, but this concept of the trauma tree helps with understanding the impacts. | See more about Trauma, Childhood and Trees.
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4 Reasons Parenting Trauma is Incredibly Difficult

4 Reasons Parenting Trauma is Incredibly Difficult | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
We were well into the third year of our family's new normal, before I had come to the realization that things really were different for us. That no, all kids really don't do this-whatever "this" may mean at the moment-and that we were not imagining the stress. We were not imagini
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The Roles Neuroplasticity and EMDR Play in Healing from Childhood Trauma

The Roles Neuroplasticity and EMDR Play in Healing from Childhood Trauma | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Studies on neuroplasticity have become increasingly popular in the last several years. It was once thought that our brain was fixed and unchanging once we enter
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TEDxNewy 2011 - Liz Mullinar - Treating the core problem of childhood trauma.

Liz Mullinar is the Founder of Heal For Life Foundation. In 2000 she was awarded the inaugural Australian Humanitarian of the Year Award. In 2009 she was hon...

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Reactive Attachment Disorder Residential Treatment: a CALO Parent Testimonial

Carolyn, the mother of a student at CALO discusses her and her adopted son's experiences at CALO and why they chose CALO. CALO is an Attachment Disorder Resi...
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Bilateral Drawing: Self-Regulation for Trauma Reparation

Bilateral Drawing: Self-Regulation for Trauma Reparation | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Current trauma research indicates that bilateral stimulation in the form of eye movement desensitization (EMDR) and similar methods are effective for many individuals. But is there a more creative way to engage cross-hemisphere activity for reparation and recovery?
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Interaction between adoptive, biological parents can benefit kids

Interaction between adoptive, biological parents can benefit kids | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Read more about
Interaction between adoptive, biological parents can benefit kids
on Business Standard.
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Building Resilience in Children - 20 Practical, Powerful Strategies (Backed by Science) - Hey Sigmund - Karen Young

Building Resilience in Children - 20 Practical, Powerful Strategies (Backed by Science) - Hey Sigmund - Karen Young | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
All kids are capable of extraordinary things. By building resilience in children, we can give them the skills to thrive through challenge and adversity.
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Outdoor learning 'boosts children's development' - BBC News

Outdoor learning 'boosts children's development' - BBC News | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Outdoor learning can have a positive impact on children's development but it needs to be formally adopted by national curricula, a report suggests.
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11 TED Talks by brilliant women in STEM

11 TED Talks by brilliant women in STEM | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
These women are trailblazers inspiring a new generation of girls to follow their lead and change the ratio in STEM (science, math, engineering and tech).
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Beautiful things can happen when kids read to dogs.

Beautiful things can happen when kids read to dogs. | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
The kids strengthen their reading and empathy and the dogs learn to trust.
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Native American girl is taken from white foster home due to ethnicity

Native American girl is taken from white foster home due to ethnicity | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Santa Clarita social workers have taken six-year-old Lexi from her foster parents Rusty and Summer because she is Native American and they are white.
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Heartbreaking to see this child removed from the stable home and caregivers purely based on ethnicity. Clearly, what was best for the child was not considered.
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California Bill Would Fund Trauma and Mental Health Services for Students

California Bill Would Fund Trauma and Mental Health Services for Students | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
California schools will once again be able to offer mental health programs for students if a newly introduced bill finds support.
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Fragmented Child: Disorganized Attachment and Dissociation

Fragmented Child: Disorganized Attachment and Dissociation | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it

Abuse, trauma and an inconsistent parent can shatter the child.

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Childhood Emotional Trauma Closely Linked to Problems in Adulthood - Consult QD

Childhood Emotional Trauma Closely Linked to Problems in Adulthood - Consult QD | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
Children who experience severe trauma early in life are at high risk for poor health outcomes in adulthood, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, asthma and depression. Effective interventions can improve outcomes.
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Reactive Attachment Disorder Treatment - A Mother's Story - Important Advice for Other Parents

The mother of a CALO student discusses her experience with reactive attachment disorder treatment and CALO. She talks about how CALO specializes in helping a...
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Three Ways Trauma Changes the Brain

Three Ways Trauma Changes the Brain | Attachment & Trauma | Scoop.it
The treatment of trauma can be some of the most complex work practitioners face. And for years, this challenge was complicated by not having a clear picture of the impact that trauma has on the brain. But scientific advances within just the past few years have opened the eyes of practitioners to what actually happens in the brain of someone who has experienced trauma. And according to Bessel van der Kolk, MD, there are three major ways that the brain changes in response to trauma.
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