A Pediatric Therapist Speaks On Trauma Of Abuse In Children
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Newsy hears from an expert about how to protect children who may be experiencing abuse.
Newsy spoke with Dr. Margaret Blaustein, a clinical psychologist and the founder and director of the Center for Trauma Training. Dr. Blaustein explained the warning signs of trauma in children, and recommended ways to look out for children who may be experiencing abuse.
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