This post discusses the effects of PTSD on children.
This is part of a series on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
- For a review of PTSD signs, symptoms and those at risk, click here.
- For a review of PTSD diagnosis and treatment, click here.
Children are exposed to the same stimuli that creates post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), including physical abuse, sexual assault and the effects of war, but they may have different responses and symptoms than adults. Symptoms unique to children typically involve developmental regression and may include the following:
- Cessation of speech
- Acting out the scary event
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