In this assignment you have to perform the following:
Research Critique:Unpack into your own words
-The long-term effects of traumatic stressors on children are specially adverse during the early childhood development period.
-However, the book has not evaluated available evidence-based interventions targeting young children with PTSD.
Outside Reading: Unpack the words of the reading below into one sentence or so about the two outside reading below and what you learned from it
-However, a substantial percentage may progress into advanced PTSD thus suffer significant long-term health challenges (Gunaratnam and Alisic, 2017).
-Long term impacts may include emotional and social developmental challenges, psychiatric disorders, academic problems and risk taking behaviors (Gunaratnam and Alisic, 2017).
-Immediately trauma occurs on a childs developmental trajectory, it negatively affects the particular trajectory thereby delaying the developmental stage (Goldbeck and Jensen, 2017).
-Childhood PTSD is associated with greater and lifelong effects compared to adult PTSD(Goldbeck and Jensen, 2017).
-Particularly high-risk children must be identified and the interventions must be targeted (Goldbeck and Jensen, 2017).
Important issue:Unpack the words of the important issue into one sentence or so and wat do we know from it.
-All kids ranging from infants to preschoolers to adolescents are at a high risk of contracting traumatic stressors (Landolt, Cloitre and Schnyder, 2017).
-In case of family violence and sexual abuse, the exposure rates are much higher than for adults.
-Therefore, healthcare practitioners and clinicians must conduct routine checks to assess the psychological effect in order to offer the care required and make appropriate and timely referrals.
Biologic and genetic theories:Unpack the words into one sentence or so and what you learned from it.
-Social support is an essential resource that faces disruption in cases where children experience traumatic stress factors.
-Trauma alterations in information processing proposed by cognitive theories of PTSD have no complete explanation of brain structure and functioning lead to PTSD
Interpersonal/Resources theories:Unpack the words into one sentence or so and what you learned from it.
-Disruption and destruction of resources that families are dependent on results from traumatic stressors.
-Such resources help mitigate various psycho social and physical effects of stressors. -Conservation of resources theory states recovery from exposure to traumatic adversity needs access to resources (Landolt, Cloitre and Schnyder, 2017).
Developmental trauma theories:Unpack the words into one sentence or so and what you learned from it.
-Intensive exposure to traumatic stressors during early childhood profoundly compromises the development of childrens minds, bodies and relationships (Landolt, Cloitre and Schnyder, 2017).
-Also, prolonged exposure to traumatic events adversely affects key bio-psychosocial domains such as executive functions, emotion regulation, personality formation and relationships (Landolt, Cloitreand Schnyder, 2017).
-Prolonged exposure to traumatic stress disorders leads to severe short term impacts and alters childrens life long course by thwarting the growth and development of foundational capacities like personality formation and emotion regulation.
Intergenerational Transmission Theories:Unpack the words into one sentence or so and what you learned from it.
-Children of parents who have been mistreated during their childhood are at a greater risk of exposure to adverse life events such as violence within their family context (Landolt, Cloitre and Schnyder, 2017).
-Therefore, children of adults who suffered traumatising life events have high chances of suffering traumatic stress events and development of traumatic stress disorders (Landolt, Cloitre and Schnyder, 2017).
-Conversely, parents who are emotionally unstable are unable or unavailable to support their traumatized children (Landolt, Cloitre and Schnyder, 2017).
Lastly, give a brief overview of what was the reading of the topics about so basically unpack it into one sentence or so and what we learned from it.