The second article in the series about Childhood Trauma, Dr Megs discusses how trauma can present in children of different ages, and then how parents and carers can help their young person to deal with their big feelings.
In this week’s blog article, Dr Megs gives us an introduction to childhood trauma. What is it? How does it happen?
In this post, Dr Megs talks about the much sought after commodity of RESILIENCE and practical ways that we can help our children to build it.
Last week I blogged about head injury and the differences that can be observed between cases of mild head trauma and moderate to severe head injury. Today as a follow on, I wanted to write about returning to school and sport after a traumatic head injury. It is...
Head injuries – hard to find a person who hasn’t had one over the course of their life. But when it happens to your child – is it serious or not? Here are some ways to figure it out, and what to do about it.