Constellations of Interpersonal Trauma and Symptoms in Child Welfare: Implications for a Developmental Trauma Framework

@article{Kisiel2013ConstellationsOI,
  title={Constellations of Interpersonal Trauma and Symptoms in Child Welfare: Implications for a Developmental Trauma Framework},
  author={C. Kisiel and T. Fehrenbach and E. Torgersen and Bradley C. Stolbach and G. McClelland and G. Griffin and Kristine Burkman},
  journal={Journal of Family Violence},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={1-14}
}
Patterns of trauma exposure and symptoms were examined in a sample of 16,212 children in Illinois child welfare. Data were collected on trauma histories, child and caregiver needs and strengths, and analyzed in light of the proposed Developmental Trauma Disorder diagnostic criteria. Youth exposed to both interpersonal violence and attachment-based (“non-violent”) traumas within the caregiving system had significantly higher levels of affective/physiological, attentional/behavioral, and self… Expand

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