Melissa Jonson-Reid

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Last quote by Melissa Jonson-Reid

The good news is that once in the safe care of non-maltreating adults, there are a set of parenting skills that can be learned that are very helpful in responding to child behavior that may be the result of traumatic response. The other important take-home message is that children are not responding in ways meant to disrupt the family. Parents can help their own stress level by realizing that these are just adaptations to past events not a reflection of the current feelings or negative thoughts the child may have of them as parents.
Mar 20 2017
Melissa Jonson-Reid has most recently been quoted in an article called Health and behavior problems can linger after child abuse. Melissa Jonson-Reid said, “The good news is that once in the safe care of non-maltreating adults, there are a set of parenting skills that can be learned that are very helpful in responding to child behavior that may be the result of traumatic response. The other important take-home message is that children are not responding in ways meant to disrupt the family. Parents can help their own stress level by realizing that these are just adaptations to past events not a reflection of the current feelings or negative thoughts the child may have of them as parents.”.
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