Stress adaptation in children: Theoretical models

  title={Stress adaptation in children: Theoretical models},
  author={ABPP Thomas W. Miller},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy},
Adaptation to stress in children has been addressed through multiple perspectives (Terr, 1992; Summit, 1983, Miller and Veltkamp, 1988). Within these clinical models are found components of personality, psychoneuroimmunology, and biochemistry that help us to understand important concepts in trauma accommodation in children. Several clinical researchers have generated accounts of the range of pathology recognized through syndromal-type reactions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (Miller and… CONTINUE READING


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