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The Three Pillars of TraumaWise Care : Healing in the Other 23 Hours

  title={The Three Pillars of TraumaWise Care : Healing in the Other 23 Hours},
  author={Howard I. Bath},
available for therapists, there are few research-grounded approaches for those who work with children in what is called the other 23 hours (Trieschman, Whittaker, & Brendtro, 1969). The Three Pillars is designed to provide key knowledge and skills for those who live or work directly with these children, including parents, teachers, foster carers, residential care workers, community youth workers, and mentors. On a daily basis, they must deal with behaviour that is frequently baffling and… 
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