Early childhood trauma generally refers to the traumatic experiences that occur to children aged 0 6 because infants and young childrens reactions may be different from older childrens and because they may not be able to verbalize their reactions to threatening or dangerous events many people assume that young age protects children from the impact of traumatic experiences. So even as you try to soothe and comfort children it is important to recognize the signs of unhealthy coping that would suggest a visit with a professional might be needed in extreme cases children can develop post traumatic stress disorder but even less extreme ptsd like symptoms can interfere with a childs life and happiness here are . Childrens reaction to trauma suggestions for parents trauma can change the way children view their world assumptions about safety and security are now challenged childrens reactions will depend upon the severity of the trauma their personality the way they cope with stress and the availability of support. The impact of untreated trauma children are resilient some stress in their lives eg leaving caregivers for a day at school riding a bike for the first time feeling nervous before a game or performance helps their brains to grow and new skills to develop. How children react to emotional and psychological trauma some common reactions to trauma and ways to help your child deal with them regression many children need to return to an earlier stage where they felt safer younger children may wet the bed or want a bottle older children may fear being alone
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