Child trauma symptoms Checklist
There is no specific checklist for child trauma symptoms, as every child is unique and may experience trauma differently.
However, some common symptoms of child trauma can include:
- Behavioral changes, such as aggression, acting out, or withdrawal
- Emotional changes, such as fear, anxiety, or sadness
- Physical changes, such as headaches, stomach aches, or changes in sleep or eating habits
- Regressive behaviors, such as thumb-sucking or bedwetting
- Changes in concentration or attention span
- Changes in interest in activities or hobbies
- Detachment from others, including family and friends
- Changes in physical activity levels (such as low energy or hyperactivity)
If you suspect that a child may be experiencing trauma, it is important to talk to them and to seek help from a mental health professional.
A therapist or counselor can provide specialized support and treatment to help the child heal from the trauma.
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