Healing the children of war : a handbook for ministry to children who have suffered deep traumas / edited by Phyllis A. Kilbourn. [print]

Contributor(s): Kilbourn, Phyllis A [edt]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Monrovia, California : MassachusettsRC, [(c)1995Description: iv, 318 pages : illistrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0912552875Subject(s): Children and war | Post-traumatic stress disorder in children | War -- Psychological aspects | Children -- Counseling of | Church work with childrenLOC classification: BV639.K48.H435 1995COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Children's encounter with war The impact of war on children : a kaleidoscope of experiences, emotions and traumas Phyllis Kilbourn Recognizing and understanding troubled children Josephine Wright
PART 2. Intervention concerns stemming from war-related trauma Comfort for the grieving child Cynthia Blomquist Breaking fragile bonds : what bonding and attachment mean to children of war Carole A. McKelvey Moral development Perry Downs Disabled children Sue H. Enoch A healing environment for the sexually abused Ann Noonan
PART 3. Principles for intervention planning An introduction to the STOP sign model Phyllis Kilbourn "S" equals structure Phyllis Kilbourn "T" equals talk and time : reaching the troubled or traumatized child Josephine Wright "O" equals organized play : a necessary method for helping and healing Mickie Heard "P" equals parental support : caring for children during times of war Marlys Blomquist A community of care : ministry to children in war Cynthia Blomquist Providing care for the caregivers Phyllis Kilbourn Children helping children Clare Hanbury Peace education and conflict resolution Delores Friesen
PART 4. Theological implications for intervention planning Forgiveness in the healing process Dale Henry Schumm How do we view suffering? Edward T. Welch
PART 5. Concluding reflections Restoring hope Phyllis Kilbourn.
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PART 1. Children's encounter with war The impact of war on children : a kaleidoscope of experiences, emotions and traumas Phyllis Kilbourn Recognizing and understanding troubled children Josephine Wright

PART 2. Intervention concerns stemming from war-related trauma Comfort for the grieving child Cynthia Blomquist Breaking fragile bonds : what bonding and attachment mean to children of war Carole A. McKelvey Moral development Perry Downs Disabled children Sue H. Enoch A healing environment for the sexually abused Ann Noonan

PART 3. Principles for intervention planning An introduction to the STOP sign model Phyllis Kilbourn "S" equals structure Phyllis Kilbourn "T" equals talk and time : reaching the troubled or traumatized child Josephine Wright "O" equals organized play : a necessary method for helping and healing Mickie Heard "P" equals parental support : caring for children during times of war Marlys Blomquist A community of care : ministry to children in war Cynthia Blomquist Providing care for the caregivers Phyllis Kilbourn Children helping children Clare Hanbury Peace education and conflict resolution Delores Friesen

PART 4. Theological implications for intervention planning Forgiveness in the healing process Dale Henry Schumm How do we view suffering? Edward T. Welch

PART 5. Concluding reflections Restoring hope Phyllis Kilbourn.

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