Children with Trauma Disciplining

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Children with Trauma Disciplining

TweetShareSharePin33 SharesChildren with Trauma Children with Trauma have experienced scary things so they do not process things the same. Try to be gentle and understanding its okay to become frustrated that means you are being a parent How do I discipline a child with trauma? What is trauma? So How do you Discipline your ChildrenContinue reading “Children with Trauma Disciplining”

Children with Trauma have experienced scary things so they do not process things the same.

Try to be gentle and understanding its okay to become frustrated that means you are being a parent

How do I discipline a child with trauma? What is trauma?

So How do you Discipline your Children with Trauma?

  • First, understand Children with trauma need to have their feelings validated they need to know you are there for them and most importantly that you care about how they feel and listen to them.
  • Secondly, have a clear understanding of what the consequences will be for certain behaviors
  • Third, have a list of unwanted behaviors and work with those first start with 5 of the behaviors that you would like to see changed or at least happening less frequent.
  • Lastly, don’t give double consequences just one per behavior Give a consequence for that behavior and follow through. Example don’t take away tv privileges and ice cream.

Discipline the Behavior Not the child

Additionally remember that we are disciplining the behavior not the child

Make that clear “Mommy did not like when you threw your clothes that behavior is not okay”

Try not to say “stop throwing your clothes” set clear boundaries “Mommy expects you to be gentle with your clothes if you would like to throw you may go outside and throw a ball.

Furthermore try a Reward for positive behaviors depending on your child’s age reward charts or sticker charts are great visual cues and child can track their progress.

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FAQ Page

What type of Behaviors come from Trauma?

Anger rage signs of Irritability unfocused at home or in school children who experience trauma have a wide range of behaviors but they can be managed with help.

How do you treat a child with trauma?

You definitely need someone trained to deal with the explosions that erupt from trauma a Trauma informed therapist help deal with behaviors that stem from Trauma you can manage the behaviors at home with consistency and patience.

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I am a full time blogger and a full-time mom dedicated to sharing the ins and outs of parenting. I have my bachelors degree in Child Development and I also have been in the nursing field for 9 years. I am a foster parent who absolutely adores my kids. I hope to help parents through the journey of parenting no matter what that may look like.

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