There are two main components of Trauma-Specific Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Restructuring and Exposure Therapy.
Cognitive Restructuring helps victims to re-evaluate traumatic events.
Exposure Therapy helps victims to habituate to the trauma cues.
Children’s treatment sessions involve psychoeducation, affect awareness and regulation, coping skills, exposure therapy and planning for future safety.
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