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Trauma-informed care for children, youth and families

Advancing awareness, cultivating success and strengthening communities through integrated mental health services for children, youth, and families

I need help with

adjusting to new routines. adjusting to foster care. developing social skills. anxiety and depression. controlling my anger. social anxiety.

adjusting to new
routines.
adjusting to
foster care.
developing social
skills.
anxiety and
depression.
controlling my
anger.
social anxiety.

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KIRA

When Kira was referred to WYS from the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) eating disorder clinic, she was suffering from body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) which is where you can’t stop thinking about your real or perceived flaws.

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MATT

Matt and his grandmother typify the conundrum of such relationships. Because of his mother’s drug addiction, Matt was sent to live with his grandmother. When WYS met Matt, he was angry, lost, and depressed.

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MARIA

All 15-year-old Maria knew was that she felt depressed and unmotivated. Hoping to bury her hurt, she retreated, withdrawing from activities with family

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SOFIA

Sofia was in the 2nd grade when she came to WYS. She was very guarded and shy, she had attachment issues and it was a bit of a challenge to coax her to participate in counseling services.

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