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In contrast, the challenge model asserts that life can be satisfying, joyful, and productive even with the pain and scars of the past. MAIN POINTS Chronic illness affects – percent of children changes child’s and family’s routines brings feelings of worry, helplessness makes great demands on child and family requires parents build an alliance with health-care providers build and maintain a positive support system When a parent dies children feel many emotions which they are more likely to express in physical, motoric activity when they are young children need parents help and encouragement in talking about feelings children worry about remaining parent remaining parent needs to get support and people with whom to talk takes individual amounts of time before people are able to reorganize their lives Main Points An ecologicaltransactional model of community violence and child maltreatment describes characteristics of the child, parent, and environment that increase the risk of violence describes violence at several ecological levels: the macrosystem, the exosystem, the microsystem, and the ontogenic, or personal, level has implications for types of intervention at the various ecological levels Child maltreatment includes many forms individual physicalemotional abuse, neglect, family domestic violence, and schoolcommunity assaults, shootings includes a broader array of victimizations that increase the level of symptoms children have includes percent of children who have had four or more victimizations in a year requires organized community interventions to prevent family violence Risks for maltreatment include social characteristics of family poverty status, neighborhood violence parents personal characteristics history of abuse, substance use, psychological stability child’s characteristics medical problems, overreactive temperament Children on holiday’s response to maltreatment include neurobiological hyperarousal. PTSD disorganizeddisoriented attachment to parent poor peer relations poor emotional regulation and feelings of self-blame depression Interventions to help separating child from abuser parenting interventions so parents learn parenting skills as well as ways to help children cope home visiting programs to promote parents skills and positive relationships with children activities that promote feelings of self-worth, control, and social connections community programs that provide information and help in many forms readily available to family multisystemic family therapy that offers a wide variety of services in homes interrupt cycle of abuse by providing a supportive adult outside the family, therapist, or supportive partner in adulthood Travel Parenting in Challenging Times Foster parenting involves the satisfactions and challenges of providing care for children who are dealing with difficult life experiences involves many other people and agencies and the ongoing supervision of parents has difficulty helping children overcome problems they enter with, but innovative programs provide useful interventions. Homeless mothers and their children have all the problems of low-income housed people and added stress of being homeless are a diverse group with some children doing well and some poorly with two basic factors related to doing poorly child’s experience of abuse and mother’s emotional stability are in shelters primarily because of poverty and domestic violence are able to maintain independence when they have stable housing and added services to meet their needs Military families includemillion children have more stresses than most families because of separations from loved ones and increased risk of harm experience stages in deployment process by and large cope well with the many difficulties involved The challenge model focuses on strengths people develop to cope with negative family experiences or other traumas identifies seven resiliencies: insight, independence, relationships, initiative, creativity, humor, and morality presents an optimistic view of people’s capacity to create satisfying lives despite the scars of painful experiences EXERCISES Imagine that a close friend told you that her four-year-old twin boys fought so hard each day that they often inflicted injuries so she had to take them to the Emergency Room for treatment. What would you say to her about sibling victimization and what would you advise her to do?Divide into groups of four and describe the general information you would choose to include in an eight-session parenting course for men and women who have physically abused their children.

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