Parenting Adopted Children with Challenging Behavior
Sometimes adopted children will have experienced abuse, neglect, trauma, or prenatal exposure to alcohol or drugs, all of which can influence how a child behaves. Adoptive parents are faced with understanding what causes their child to behave the way she does and what they can do to help her cope.
Creating a Family has many resources on Parenting Adopted Children with Challenging Behavior. Here are a few of our most recent we think you will find particularly helpful:
- Helping Our Kids Cope with Anxiety About CoVid-19 (blog post, from our CoVid-19 series)
- How to do Connected Parenting While Quarantined (1 hr. radio show w/expert, from our CoVid-19 series)
- How to Juggle Kids, Schooling & Work During Coronavirus Shutdown (1 hr. radio show w/ expert, from our CoVid-19 series)
- Tips for Building Resilience in Our Children (blog post)
- How to Make a Behavior Chart With Your Child (blog post)
- Parenting Children Who Have Experienced Trauma (1 hr. radio show w/ expert)
- Raising Resilient Kids (1 hr. radio show w/ expert)
- Trauma-Informed Parenting: Practical Applications of TBRI (1 hr. downloadable AdoptEd course)
- Suggested Books on Parenting & Child Development and ADHD & Learning Differences for Adoptive Parents
Many more Creating a Family radio interviews with experts, videos, blogs, fact sheets, and Q and A’s with Experts on parenting challenging kids can be found at the icons below.
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