Building Trust: Troubled Hearts

Helping Children Cope with Challenging Medical Conditions

The following content in “Building Trust: Troubled Hearts” has been excerpted from “Healing Young Hearts: A Handbook of Practical Teaching Material for Disaster Recovery”; Riether and de Gaalon (2009):

*How to Respond to a Troubled Child

*Using Games to Teach and Heal

*Positive Reinforcement

Sources cited:

Berlin, Irving N; (2004) “The Use of Competitive Games in Play Therapy” published in “Game Play: Therapeutic Use of Childhood Games” by Charles E. Schaefer

Dobson, James;(1999) “Hide or Seek: Building Self-Esteem in Your Child”

Gaines, Larry, Berkovitz; Irving, Kohn, Ben (2000) “Chess As a Way of Improving Object Relationships in Narcissistic Teenagers”, Adolescent Psychiatry

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