Healing the Children of War:

A Handbook for Ministry to Children Who Have Suffered Deep Traumas

Healing the Children of War is designed to give practical guidance to those who desire to be of service to little ones whose lives have been shattered by conflict. Joining Dr. Phyllis Kilbourn as authors are qualified professionals, many of whom, like her, have lived through civil wars alongside the children who suffered unspeakable horrors. Used in over 70 countries this book is an excellent tool for anyone working with traumatized children generally not only with children of war. It will help the reader understand trauma and give ideas on how to help children who have lived through horrendous circumstances.

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