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A National Child Traumatic Stress Network resource for parents and carers to help their child cope in the hospital after a traumatic event.

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When a child suffers a burn injury, is it understandable that they might feel wobbly and anxious around things that are hot or warm. Their brain has made a link between warm and hot things to getting burned and being in pain. To avoid getting burned again, the brain says ‘no’ about going...

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After the Event resource about some common reactions of children after traumatic events and suggests what can be done by the adults around them to help.

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What can I do? Traumatic stress symptoms are common after a serious illness, injury, or hospitalization. Even though it is your teen who is ill or injured, your whole family can be affected. At first, as a parent, you might not feel prepared to help your teen (or yourself) cope. Traumatic stress...

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What is family therapy? Living with a child with chronic pain can bring extra pressures to family life and sometimes unexpected challenges to relationships. You may need help to discover how best to support your child to manage their pain in ways which for some, may at first seem at odds with what...

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This resource has been put together to help you know what to expect when coming to Psychology at the Safeguarding Support Unit (SSU). What will be the same coming back to the SSU? You probably will have visited our Safeguarding Support Unit before. You might even spot some of the same people you saw...

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Distraction can be a very useful way of helping a child to remain calm and not to panic when they are in a stressful situation or about to go through a stressful or painful procedure. Parents and carers can play an important role in helping to ease your child’s fears and worries. It is...

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What do clinical psychologists do? Clinical psychologists aim to help children, young people and families in times of difficulty. They listen to your worries and find a helpful way forward. They do not give medicines or do any physical examinations. Dr Charlotte Wright is the clinical psychologist...

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This information is aimed at children aged 7 to 12 years old and can be useful by anybody who has eczema or who knows somebody with eczema. Managing eczema involves more than using medication and creams. These are very important but coping with how your eczema makes you feel is important too. What...

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This information aims to help parents, carers and significant others to feel more prepared when supporting their child after a traumatic incident. It helps to explain some of the reactions that might happen, gives some practical advice on how to cope with the effects of trauma and how to get more...

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If your child is having limb reconstruction surgery, you and your child may be feeling apprehensive, excited, or confused. We hope to give you some idea of what is ahead of you as a family and how to cope with treatment. Every family is different and has its own way of dealing with things,...

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What is pain? Pain is the nasty feeling we have when our body becomes or could be damaged. The amount of pain we feel for different things will be different for each person. Pain is a physical feeling in part of the body, but is also an emotional feeling too. Chronic pain is when pain…...

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What is a clinical psychologist? Clinical psychologists help children, young people, and their families in hard times. We are here to help you to make changes for the better and listen to your concerns. We are not medical doctors and so do not prescribe medicines or do any physical examinations. We...

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What is a clinical psychologist? The clinical psychologist working in neurosciences at Sheffield Children’s Hospital is Dr Helen Russell. They support young people and families at times of emotional difficulty, including listening to your concerns and trying to understand your situation to...

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Why has my child been referred to Paediatric Psychology? The medical professional treating your child at Sheffield Children’s Hospital should always discuss a referral with you before it is sent to us. They may recommend a referral to Paediatric Psychology for a variety of reasons such as:...

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What is a clinical psychologist? The clinical psychology team who work at Sheffield Children’s Hospital try to help young people and their families in times of emotional difficulty. Our job is to listen to your concerns and try to understand your situation so that we can work together to find a...

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What is a clinical psychologist? Clinical psychologists aim to help young people and their families in times of difficulty. We will listen to your concerns and try to understand your situation and find a helpful way forward.  We are here to help you to make changes for the better. We are one part...

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