Prolonged GriefFound 3 free book(s)
grief. If the child witnesses the event, memories can be triggered throughout his lifetime, resulting in traumatic grief or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (SAMHSA, 2014). In the case of a prolonged illness or anticipated death, children over the age of seven may experience “significantly higher
in their grief and struggle to make meaning of separation. The degree to ... for prolonged rehabilitation. This may be further complicated by the lack of medical coverage, stigmas surrounding mental illness, confidentiality concerns, lack of mental health professionals trained to deal with military
Prolonged alarm reaction Altered neurological emotional states. 4 The Ofﬁ ce of the Child Safety Commissioner and organised brain, which can create difﬁ culties; however in infants and children it has a detrimental impact on the developing brain (van der Kolk & McFarlane, 1996).