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Psychology of Early Childhood chapter 16

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Psychology of Early Childhood chapter 16 psyc3250

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Date Created: 04/06/16
Chapter 16: helping children cope with stress 04/06/2016 ▯ Coping strategies vary  Depend on temperament, age, and cognitive functioning and learning responses and social factors ▯ ▯ Family stressors- children’s security is rooted in their families  Divorce o Children regress behaviorally  Poverty o Affects cognitive development and ability to learn o Contribute to behavioral and social emotional problems and affects health  Homelessness o Over 1.5 million children  2x as likely to experience hunger and have moderate to severe health problems  Other stressors o New siblings o Death o Visitors o Family members away on business ▯ Child abuse  3 million reports per year (actual estimate is 3 x that) o 6 major types  Physical  Sexual  Emotional  Neglect  Abandonment  Substance use ▯ Health stressors  Asthma, tonsillectomy, chemo, aftermath of accident  Parental health problems ▯ ▯ Death  Even toddlers have some understanding of death  Often don’t understand finality  Needs to be open for discussion—children will need to talk about it ▯ ▯ Fears  Phobias: intense, irrational, stems directly from a specific event  Anxiety: more generalized, vague feeling of uneasiness, no specific source o Most difficult to deal with  Common fears: the unknown, abandonment, animals, dark, doctors, heights, school, monsters, nightmares, storms, water ▯ Resilient children- deal effectively with vulnerabilities  Emotionally responsive parents are important for resilience  High positive expectations and understanding of own strength and ability as well as own accomplishments  Heightened sense of humor  Temperament that elicits positive adult responses  Independent and able to bond with adults (teachers) ▯ ▯ Techniques to help children cope  A consistent supportive atmosphere  Communication  Biblio-therapy  Relaxation techniques  Play ▯ ▯ Self-protection programs (against child abuse)  More effective with older kids  Preoperational kids don’t understand ▯ ▯ A stressed child likely comes from a stressed family  Reassure parents through empathy and caring  Know available resources within the community ▯ ▯ ▯


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