This article discusses the importance of involving parents in therapy when working with traumatised children, but also the challenges that may be faced when the parent has their own unresolved trauma history.
Clinical psychologist Colby Pearce talks about his approach to attachment therapy with children who have suffered from complex development trauma. It incorporates therapy with the child, and psychoeducation and skills development with the child's primary carers.
Center on the Developing Child: Harvard University
This working paper explains why significant deprivation is so harmful in the earliest years of life and why effective interventions are likely to bring about better long-term outcomes in learning, health and parenting of the next generation.