DAVID J. SCHONFELD THOMAS DEMARIA SAIRAM A. KUMAR
During the course of young children’s development, they are exposed to a variety of potentially stressful events that challenge their sense of security and stability, like with the wildfires in Sofia’s community in the opening vignette. Not all stressful events are harmful, though, and many challenging experiences can help a child develop or strengthen coping strategies. This article offers information and strategies on to support children experiencing crisis events.
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