Behavioral Intervention Provides Stability to Traumatized Foster Children
Abuse and neglect hurt children physically, emotionally, and psychologically. Children who experience trauma often need help addressing behaviors that threaten the physical safety and emotional well-being of themselves and their families. This can manifest in the forms of aggression, self-harm, and depression. Without the right support, children end up moving in and out of foster multiple homes and residential treatment centers without the safety and stability needed to heal from their past abuse and neglect.