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PTSD Support and Resources

We have two daughters adopted through foster care that suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  I'm not going to lie, it can be quite scary at times.  It always amazes me how quickly triggers can send them spiraling out of control.  My husband and I have learned a lot over the years.  I don't know what we would have done in the beginning if it weren't for his career in mental health counseling.

Together we've put together this page filled with our best PTSD support and resources for families. Whether you're looking for ideas to help your child through the healing process, comfort when times are tough, or tips to use along the way, you'll find it here!  You'll also note there are a few posts that also talk about secondary trauma for those who may be struggling with that.

A Safety Plan for Mental Health 10 Ways to Help Family with Special Needs Children Charting the ABCs of Behavioral Analysis What You Don't Know President Trump Must Have Fidget Toys 4 Steps to Managing Aggressive Behaviors Holidays and PTSD: A Parent's Guide to Survival Free Christmas Visual Schedule for Kids Special Needs Event Planner Trick-or-treating social story Holiday Themed Sensory Bins Fun Ways to Teach Children About Emotions When Nightmares Become Reality Incident Questionnaires for Parents Witches and Wizards Halloween Party Incident Questionnaires for Parents Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Princesses Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Baby Dolls Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Star Wars Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Animals 5 Lessons to Teach Kids About Balancing Emotions Am I Going Crazy? 5 Ways to Help Kids Manage Strong Emotions Diagnosis Day A Guide to Pediatric Specialists What Does Normal Look Like? Childhood Trauma and Mother's Day It's Personal:  Burn Out Preparing for an appointment with a developmental pediatrician The Choice to Medicate Your Special Needs Child How Our Family Came to the Decision to Homeschool Our Children

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