Module 1: Trauma & Crisis Care

 
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This 15-lesson module (192 pages) provides an understanding of the impact of trauma-produced losses in the life of a child and how to restore those losses.

The lessons place emphasis on holistic ministry, covering various effective intervention principles that promote healing and facilitate closure to a child’s traumatic experiences.

Included with the module are lesson enrichment resources, notes on childhood development, a crisis care teaching guide, a children-in-crisis DVD and a CD containing more than 50 visual aids suitable for producing transparencies and/or handouts.

The required textbook is, “Healing the Children of War: A Handbook for Ministry to Children who Have Suffered Deep Traumas”, Phyllis Kilbourn editor.

You can order now at crisistrainingcare.org

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