Anke de Haan from the University Children’s Hospital in Zurich talks about the place that children’s post-trauma cognitions have in clinical practice:
Posttraumatic cognitions have been a topic in child trauma research for a few years now. Nevertheless, my impression is that they have not yet been established in clinical practice.
Why not? Are they not practically relevant? Are they too difficult to assess? Before I discuss these questions, I will briefly describe what I mean with dysfunctional posttraumatic cognitions. Continue reading