Resources for Parents

We know that having a child who is showing symptoms of trauma — unusual behavior, worrying, fear of being alone, etc. — can be difficult.

That is why we have put together this resource for parents. It is a place for parents to learn how to help their children, and how they can apply treatment to their child’s life.

Free Resources

When You Need More Than Resources

When you need help beyond just resources, please call us. We can help you find the help you need for your child.

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Articles and Research

Here we have compiled several of our articles and research to help you.

Featured Article:
Grief vs. Trauma

Trauma Reactions are DIFFERENT from Grief Reactions. Trauma Reactions OVERPOWER Grief Reactions

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Here we have activities for you to do at home with your child in order to help them move past their trauma and become emotionally healthy.

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We have a number of books available for purchase that are designed to help you and your family work through trauma using a strength-based approach. These books are fun for kids, and help them move past their trauma.

What Parents Need to Know

This booklet explains trauma to parents.


Other Resources

We have also compiled a list of other sites, articles and more that provide beneficial information about trauma and children.


Help for Parents

  • Positive Parenting
  • General Parenting Articles
  • Zero to Three
  • Life Challenges (In Arabic)
    Life Challenges has over 600 pages of articles, self help tools and inspirational
    stories that help you face and transcend adversity, trauma, change, crisis,
    recovery and turning points in your life.
  • A Mother's Grief
    A place for grieving mothers to come together and talk about the loss
    of their baby. This site offers various means of support.  A Chat
    Room, Message Board, Memorial Wall, Poems & Quotes, Keepsake Store,
    Our Story page and much more.


  • Gift From Within
    An international nonprofit organization dedicated to those who suffer
    from, and who are at-risk for PTSD, and those who care for traumatized



Explosive Behavior

Sexual Abuse

Domestic Violence

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE
    This is a crisis hotline that can provide local referrals and information.
    Their web site address is
  • Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN): 1-800-656-HOPE
    Their web site address is
  • The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)
    Their web site address is

The telephone numbers of local shelters and crisis hotlines often can be found in the white pages of your local telephone book, along with other important service numbers.

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