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Exploring Complex Dynamic of Childhood Trauma: Promoting Resilience in Children and Adolescents Facing Adversity

Submission deadline: Sep. 01, 2024
Status: Open for Submission
Special Issue of Social Sciences
Suggested special issue will explore the complex dynamics of child trauma, strategies and interventions that promote resilience in children and youth facing adversity. It conveys the idea of not only understanding the challenges children encounter but also emphasizing the importance od various sources supporting them to cope so that they overcome these challenges and thrive in spite of them.
Interested parties such as: child psychologists, therapists, educators, social workers, and other professionals working with children can benefit from the insights and research presented in this special issue. It provides them with a resource to enhance their knowledge and skills in supporting traumatized children. Parents and caregivers are pivotal in a child's life. This special issue can offer guidance, tips, and evidence-based practices for parents and caregivers to help children cope with trauma and build resilience.Research and discussions within this special issue can inform policymakers and advocates about the importance of investing in trauma-informed policies, programs, and services that promote the well-being of children who have experienced trauma.
The special issue on childhood trauma and resilience can include a wide range of topics and focus areas, such as:Types of Childhood Trauma, Resilience Factors,Interventions and Therapies,Prevention Strategies, Impact on Development, Cultural and Societal Factors,Parenting and Caregiving Practices,Policy and Advocacy Initiatives, Case Studies and Success Stories, Cross-Disciplinary and inovative Approaches
Through this special issue, we aim to make several significant contributions to the field of child welbeing, trauma studies, and related disciplines.
We welcome researchers from various disciplines to provide interdisciplinary perspectives on childhood trauma and resilience perspectives and contexts. Your contributions will play a crucial role in advancing knowledge in this field.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

  1. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Their Long-Term Effects
  2. Trauma-Informed child care and child protection
  3. Cultural Sensitivity in Trauma Assessment and Intervention
  4. Family Dynamics and Trauma Recovery
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