This course offers helpful and practical insights for ongoing training when dealing with children suffering from grief and loss. Childhood Grief, Loss, and Trauma examines the significant emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and relational obstacles that children and their families must face and overcome, including topics related to attachment theory, neurobiological considerations, development and early life experiences, communicating with children through the world of play, the legal system, and important spiritual factors.
Childhood Grief, Loss, and Trauma: An Introduction
Tim Clinton, Ed.D. and Eric Scalise, Ph.D.
Childhood Attachment: Relationship Wounds, Styles, and Interventions
Joshua Straub, Ph.D.
The Effects of Trauma on Childhood Development
Barry Lord, Psy.D.
Child and Adolescent Stress and Trauma: Assessment and Diagnosis
Jonathan Robinson, Ph.D.
Shattered Trust: Childhood Sexual Abuse
June Hunt, M.A.
Helping Children Cope with Grief through a Divorce
Deanna McClannahan, M.A.
Domestic Violence and Children: Impact and Treatment Issues
Heather Gingrich, Ph.D.
Child Sex Trafficking: The Growing Epidemic
Jeanne Allert, M.Ed.
Treating Child Abuse Survivors: Lessons from a Play Therapist
Daniel Sweeney, Ph.D.
Guidance and Support for Children with Developmental Disabilities
Stephanie Holmes, M.A.
When the Innocence of a Child Meets the Complexities of the Legal System
Molly Catherine Goodson, M.A., J.D., Esq.
A Kingdom Such as This: Understanding God’s Heart for Children
Jared Pingleton, Psy.D.
Target Audience: Pastoral and Biblical Counselors
12 CE Credits available for IBCC Credential Holders.
The International Board of Christian Care (IBCC) is a growing, vibrant, and recognized segment of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and is open to all qualified mental health professionals, pastors, chaplains, para-professionals, and lay counseling ministry leaders who identify themselves as Christian counselors, life coaches, and crisis responders.