Re-establishing routines and rules following a disaster or traumatic event
Emerging Minds, Australia, 2019
Related to Natural disasters, Preparing for natural disasters, Trauma, Loss and grief, Trauma, bereavement, loss and grief
This video, featuring child psychotherapist Ruth Wraith, outlines how important it is for families to re-establish school and home routines after a disaster. Children need stability and familiarity to help them recover.
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