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Childhood Trauma Support

Childhood trauma support is a vital aspect of mental health care aimed at addressing the profound and lasting impacts of adverse childhood experiences. These experiences, which can range from neglect and abuse to witnessing violence, experiencing the loss of a loved one, or multiple changes in caretaker as an infant, can significantly shape a person’s psychological well-being into adulthood. Effective childhood trauma support involves a multifaceted approach that prioritizes both immediate intervention and long-term healing. This can include providing safe environments for children to express their emotions, offering counseling and therapy tailored to their unique needs, and implementing interventions that promote resilience and coping skills.

Thornwell’s services acknowledge the importance of a holistic approach that considers not only the individual child but also their family. Our ARC Residential Care, Building Families, and Strengthening Families programs all provide trauma-informed services to children and their families, helping to break the cycle of trauma. By addressing trauma, Thornwell helps mitigate the long-term effects and prevent future negative outcomes such as substance abuse, mental health disorders, and interpersonal difficulties.

To speak with a thought leader on childhood trauma support, contact our Thornwell Media Relations Team below.


Addie Sheek

Director of Marketing and Communications

Boe Baker

Content Development Manager

Kaley Lindquist

Program Marketing and Recruitment Specialist

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