Terrorism: The Only Way Is Through: A Child's Story

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TERRORISM The Only Way is Through- A Child's Story tells the story of eight-year old Mark and his four-year old brother, Jamie, who suffer the loss of their mother as a result of the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, in New York City.

This book helps children to understand their thoughts and feelings with respect to terrorism. It shows families, professionals, and others how to help children to cope with post-traumatic stress, identify warning signs, and the issues to be addressed.

The book will be particularly helpful for children ages six to twelve. These children will readily identify with the thoughts and feelings of the main character. Older children will benefit from reading the book by themselves, especially if they are not yet ready or willing to talk about their thoughts and feelings. Younger children will benefit from having the book read and explained to them.

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From the Author:

TERRORISM The Only Way is Through- A Child's Story was written for all of the children who experienced, personally or through television and other media, the tragic events that occurred on September 11th 2001 in New York City, Washington DC, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

The book came about as I reflected on the events of that day, and wondered what I could do to help these children, their parents and families. I have written the book especially for children six to twelve years of age, in order to help them understand their thoughts and feelings with respect to terrorism and its consequences.

About the Author:

Rosina G. Schnurr, Ph.D., F.A.Cl.P. (A.B.P.P.) is a clinical psychologist who has worked with children for over twenty years in various settings.

In addition to trauma and grief, Dr. Schnurr's areas of special expertise also include working with children who have Asperger's Disorder as well as those affected by trichotillomania (a desire to pull out one's hair).

Her role has been to help not only these children, but also the adults who work with them, including parents, families, teachers, and other professionals.

Dr. Schnurr is the author of Asperger's Huh? A Child's Perspective. This book has been widely praised by parents and health professionals alike in both the United States and Canada.

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