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Helping kids deal with emotional trauma

Children who have experienced emotional trauma may have behavioural problems or become withdrawn. Learn how to spot some of the signs of trauma and support your child and help them to become resilient.

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Birth trauma (emotional)

Birth trauma affects many women. But there are ways to reduce your risk of an emotionally traumatic childbirth, while support and treatment are available if you experience symptoms.

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What is a childhood disability?

Learn more about childhood disabilities such as congenital disorders, disabilities developed after birth and disabilities caused by injury.

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What is Childhood Trauma?

Information about childood trauma, causes, impacts, adverse childhood experiences and coping strategies

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Trauma - The Trauma and Grief Network (TGN)

Children sometimes have experiences which may have lasting effects on wellbeing

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How is cancer diagnosed? | Cancer Australia Childrens Cancers

Information on the most common tests that a child might have to investigate their symptoms and diagnose their cancer.

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Birth After Birth Trauma - Birth Trauma

This is a question that we hear often. How can I have another baby?

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Childhood injuries - NT.GOV.AU

Safety precautions to prevent children being injured at home, school or on the road.

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Signs of possible trauma in children and adolescents

Infants, children and adolescents can have experiences which overwhelm them and possibly damage their emotional and psychological health and their general development

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Bullying - The Trauma and Grief Network (TGN)

Bullying is a difficulty that many children may now experience

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