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How Raising a Traumatized Child Can Be Traumatizing
To raise a child with reactive attachment disorder can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder in the primary caregiver. Learn how it happens and signs to seek help.
An Educator's Guide to Students with Trauma Backgrounds/Reactive Attachment Disorder
While many educators encounter students with reactive attachment disorder, they rarely have the training or education to work with them. This guide will help educators get started with recognizing and navigating RAD in their classrooms.
6 Tricky Symptoms of Reactive Attachment Disorder
Reactive attachment disorder is tricky to recognize. The symptoms don't always line up with a doctor's prognosis or another child with RAD.
Reactive Attachment Disorder Therapist Checklist
To find a therapist for reactive attachment disorder, but possible. Here's what to look for in a clinician for your child.
8 Steps to Take When Reactive Attachment Disorder Poses Safety Concerns in Your Home
Due to the unique and unfortunate nature of reactive attachment disorder, it can often lead to safety concerns in an otherwise safe home. If you are parenting a child with RAD and fear for their safety or the safety of others, here are 8 action steps to take now.
When RAD Siblings Develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
When a child with reactive attachment disorder lives in a home, other children in the family can also suffer.
How RAD Impacts Families
Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) affects more than the disordered child. Most people (even clinicians) don't realize how it impacts whole families. A solution isn't easy. Yet, education helps people to be better educated and more supportive to families of children with RAD.
5 Ways to Support RAD Parents
Most people can't comprehend the realities of raising a child with reactive attachment disorder (RAD). And it's difficult to support an experience one doesn't understand. Here's a handy guide for those who care for families of kids with RAD.
8 Steps To Take Before You Adopt from Foster Care
How to Give Respite Care for a Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder
How to Respond to an Unfounded Investigation from Child Protective Services
Child protective services investigations are, unfortunately, a common occurrence while raising a child with reactive attachment disorder (RAD). Children with RAD, due to their trauma backgrounds, often use false allegations to keep their families at a distance. Here are tips for parents to navigate these incredibly difficult situations.
New Findings in Diagnosis
Correlations between bipolar disorder and reactive attachment disorder by Dr. John F. Alston
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