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Standing at nearly 7.7 million American children and teenagers, this figure is staggering. More alarming still is that only half of those 7.7 million received needed treatment from a mental health professional as of 2016.
Trauma can be easy to miss in children.
This issue can be worsened if the child is very young, and the guardian feels as though the child may not have retained a memory of the incident.
Family therapy is one of the most excellent ways to ensure healthy communication between family members and repair damaged family relationships.
Trauma manifests itself in children in a variety of ways.
It depends on the child, the issue they are facing, their age and developmental level, as well as other social and genetic factors
Many people (both children and adults) have unresolved issues and trauma in their lives that create roadblocks preventing them from living their lives to the fullest.
This trauma causes them to build up stress over time, greatly hindering their overall happiness.