Variation in Response to Natural Disasters

Variation in Response to Natural Disasters

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Variation in Response to Natural Disasters
Resources
• Attributes and Evaluation of Discussion Contributions.
• Professional Communications and Writing Guide.
Natural disasters may vary in intensity, and the direct impact to a child’s home and family may vary as well. Respond to the following:
• To what extent have you found that children’s responses also vary?
• In what ways do their responses vary?
Readings
Use the Capella University Library to complete the following:
• Read the chapter entitled “Posttraumatic Parenting: A Parent – Child Dyadic Treatment for Young Children’s Posttraumatic Adjustment.” This chapter looks at the relationship between the parent’s responses and the adjustment of children after a trauma.
• Read Snow, Dugan, and Crowe, 2010, “Working with Children Affected by Hurricane Katrina: Two Case Studies in Play Therapy,” from Child & Adolescent Mental Health, volume 15, issue 1, pages 52–55. The case studies in this article provide examples of play therapy interventions after a natural disaster.
• Read Baggerly, 2006, “Preparing Play Therapists for Disaster Response: Principles and Procedures,” from International Journal of Play Therapy, volume 15, issue 2, pages 59–81.This article provides the important considerations for therapists working as responders after a disaster.

Children Affected by Hurricane Katrina Show Signs of PTSD
Article I. Video purchased for use in this Capella course through NBC Archives on Demand
Launch Presentation
NBC Archives on Demand
• Click Launch Video to view Children Affected by Hurricane Katrina Show Signs of PTSD, an NBC news report first broadcast, on March 14, 2006, several months after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast.

Play Therapy Resource Portal
Launch Presentation

Child Case Study Backgrounds
Launch Presentation
Multimedia
• Click Launch Presentation to access Play Therapy Resource Portal. Additional resources on children dealing with natural disasters are included in the section entitled Natural Disasters.
• Click Launch Presentation to access Child Case Study Backgrounds.
Play therapy Resourses
American red Cross
National Child Care Information
National Child care Information
FEMA for Kids
Children’s Defense Fund
Variation in Response to Natural Disasters
Resources
• Attributes and Evaluation of Discussion Contributions.
• Professional Communications and Writing Guide.
Natural disasters may vary in intensity, and the direct impact to a child’s home and family may vary as well. Respond to the following:
• To what extent have you found that children’s responses also vary?
• In what ways do their responses vary?
Readings
Use the Capella University Library to complete the following:
• Read the chapter entitled “Posttraumatic Parenting: A Parent – Child Dyadic Treatment for Young Children’s Posttraumatic Adjustment.” This chapter looks at the relationship between the parent’s responses and the adjustment of children after a trauma.
• Read Snow, Dugan, and Crowe, 2010, “Working with Children Affected by Hurricane Katrina: Two Case Studies in Play Therapy,” from Child & Adolescent Mental Health, volume 15, issue 1, pages 52–55. The case studies in this article provide examples of play therapy interventions after a natural disaster.
• Read Baggerly, 2006, “Preparing Play Therapists for Disaster Response: Principles and Procedures,” from International Journal of Play Therapy, volume 15, issue 2, pages 59–81.This article provides the important considerations for therapists working as responders after a disaster.

Children Affected by Hurricane Katrina Show Signs of PTSD
Article I. Video purchased for use in this Capella course through NBC Archives on Demand
Launch Presentation
NBC Archives on Demand
• Click Launch Video to view Children Affected by Hurricane Katrina Show Signs of PTSD, an NBC news report first broadcast, on March 14, 2006, several months after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast.

Play Therapy Resource Portal
Launch Presentation

Child Case Study Backgrounds
Launch Presentation
Multimedia
• Click Launch Presentation to access Play Therapy Resource Portal. Additional resources on children dealing with natural disasters are included in the section entitled Natural Disasters.
• Click Launch Presentation to access Child Case Study Backgrounds.
Play therapy Resourses
American red Cross
National Child Care Information
National Child care Information
FEMA for Kids
Children’s Defense Fund

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