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When parenting a child who has experienced trauma, it is helpful to keep in mind:
A child who has experienced trauma:
What is a strategy that a parent can use to provide a sense of safety and support to a child who is upset?
Adults who are parenting children with challenging behaviors resulting from trauma should do all of the following, EXCEPT:
The act of a parent staying calm and thereby calming the child and decreasing the emotional intensity of a situation is an example of what?