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I did apply the gentling approach during those days when he would act out in the class. I was able to cue him to go in the hallway, he would still throw pencils and rip papers and I would say to him, you seem to be angry, when you are ready I will be here waiting for you.
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I always had a book about animals and would be pretend reading it until he would come over sit beside and start to read it silently. Patience and empathy is key with these children from what I have gathered from Mr. Krill's book I highly recommend this book to any teacher who works special ed, gen ed or gifted students.
Knowledge is power and knowing the signs of abuse in a child is most certainly knowledge needed so it is not interpreted as emotional disorder or defiance. Amazing book from a "how to perspective".
Gentling by Krill, William E
I read it to understand myself better and how to gentle those psychological parts. I could see it being useful to parents or care-providers as well. As survivor of sexual abuse I found many of the theories presented to be from an accurate and "grounded" perspective. There are so many "theories" out there on what to do and most of it is completely useless.
Its on my "top 5 best books on trauma" in my personal library. Provides insite into behavior that is disturbing, sometimes bizarre, and difficult to understand and handle. Good print outs in book you can hand out to care providers such as teachers or anyone caring for the child or teen suffering with PTSD.
I had purchased the e-book and found it a very informative book. I then decided that I'd like to have the hardcopy as a quick reference source. Highly recommend this book for professionals, parents and other caregivers involved with children coping with PTSD.
Gentling : a practical guide to treating PTSD in abused children
Formas de pagamento aceitas: Habilitado Leitor de tela: I would feel confident recommending that all parents, teachers, foster parents, social workers, etc. In "Gentling," the author In "Gentling," the author discusses his personal experiences in working with young children who have stress disorders.
In doing so, he also thoroughly covers the differences in the behaviors of children who are acting out because of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD, versus normal children who are just misbehaving. It is also noted that a child who is being raised in a home that is highly dysfunctional, can also experience stress disorders, even if an acute incident has not occurred. Because young children's brains are still developing they tend to be more acutely affected by abuse and stressful environments.
Based upon his experience, Krill has found that adult PTSD treatments cannot be successfully adapted to meet the needs of young children who are dealing with stress disorders. One reason why these treatments do not work on young children is because they are not yet able to express themselves like adults can.
They also have not developed the same internal resources to draw upon that an adult can create. Included in this book is an extensive appendices which provides vital information that includes a Child Stress Profile, Handouts for Caregivers, and Quick Teach Sheets. There are also interesting case studies which demonstrate how the gentling process was applied to real situations. Unfortunately, because many abused children end up being moved around in the foster care system, their treatments are interrupted.
If more professionals became familiar with Gentling, then there would be more people to pick up where others left off.
Krill believes that victims of child abuse have their own version of PTSD. If this child does not receive appropriate treatment, the behaviors can become worse, more embedded and harder to treat. Therefore, I believe that it is essential that people who are involved with these children especially clinicians, parents, foster parents and teachers read "Gentling. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway.
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