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Year : 2006  |  Volume : 4  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 161-165

Working creatively with young children within a context of continuous trauma

qualified social worker from South Africa - she has furthered her studies in social work and human givens (UK). For the past 8 years she has worked in the fields of trauma counselling and community support in South Africa and Northern Ireland. Kirsten currently works at The National Peace Accord Trust and is a private trauma counsellor in Johannesburg, South Africa., South Africa

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This paper documents and shares one experience of a therapeutic group facilitated for young children within the context of continuous trauma. It explores creative ways to work with children for whom, at an early age, experiences may have been overwhelming and their trust in the world around them has been threatened by external events.

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