217 INDEX A page number followed by b indicates a box f, fi gure and t, table. A AACAP. See American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) AAP. See American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) ABC. See Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC) ABCD (Aff ect modulation, Body language, Cultural cues, and Delivery/diction), 93, 94t, 209 Acceptance, 93, 133t ACEs. See Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) Adaptive information processing model, 164 ADHD. See Attention-defi cit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Adolescents challenges of parenting, 49 ignoring minor negative behaviors in, 43 symptoms of trauma in, 84t Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), 1–2, 13, 58 defi ned, 59 dose, timing, and genetic potential of, 14 parental, 115–116 questionnaire for, 115 screening for, 107, 109–111, 196 Adverse Childhood Experiences study, 1, 13, 59, 109, 174 Adversities, 57 screening for, 114–116 Advocacy for trauma-informed care, 197 Aff ect modulation, 94t, 132t Affi liate response to threat, 62, 141, 182–183 Affi liative support, 80–81 Ages & Stages Questionnaires, Th ird Edition (ASQ-3), 116 Ainsworth, Mary, 54 α 2 -adrenergic agonists, 171, 172 Ambivalent attachment style, 24, 25f impact on later adult relationships and caregiving, 27t American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), 169 American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Bright Futures, 189 medication recommendations, 169 Pediatric Approach to Trauma, Treatment, and Resilience, 192 survey on pediatrician familiarity with ACEs, 108 on toxic stress, 14 American Psychiatric Association, 58 Amygdala, 65 Anterior cingulate cortex, 66 Anticipatory guidance about healing from trauma, 196 Antipsychotics, 171 Anxiety diff erential diagnosis of, 101–103 medication for, 172 Apoptosis/pruning, 3b, 61 ARC. See Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) Framework ASQ (Ask Suicide-Screening Questions), 116, 174 Assaulted sense of self, 144 Asymptomatic children, 76 Attachment, 12, 19–30, 130 ambivalent, 24, 25f attunement and, 19–20 avoidant, 24, 25f culture and, 53–54, 150 defi ned, 19–20 disorganized, 26 eliciting caregiver or patient concerns about, 28 forming a partnership with the caregiver and child, 28 identifying strengths of the caregiver, child, and relationship and, 28–29 impact on later adult relationships and caregiving, 26, 27t parallel processing and, 26–27 providing empathy to child and caregiver and, 28 role of caregiver as “secure base” and, 20 secure, 20–24, 26–27 styles of, 23–26 theory of, 19 validating concerns and providing confi dent expectation for recovery of, 29 Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) Framework, 162t, 164 Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC), 162t, 164 Attachment trauma, 26 Attention-defi cit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) diff erential diagnosis of, 101–103 medications for, 172 Attuned, attentive listening, 28, 39, 40 culturally, 147t, 149t in trauma-informed care, 195 Attunement, 19–20 mind in mind and, 23 Authoritarian parenting, 38t Authoritative parenting, 38t Autism spectrum disorder, diff erential diagnosis of, 101–103 Avoidant attachment style, 24, 25f impact on later adult relationships and caregiving, 27t B Baumrind, Diana, 38 Behavioral health screening, 116 Benzodiazepines, 171, 172 Biological diff erential sensitivity to context, 69 Biomarkers, 117, 119 Blame, inappropriate, as dysregulated behavior of caregiver, 154 Body language, 94t Bowlby, John, 19, 20, 54 Brain amygdala, 65 anterior cingulate cortex, 66 defense system of, 80 embedding of trauma in, 61 epigenetic changes in, 64 hippocampus, 65–66 prefrontal cortex, 66–68, 136 CTAR BOOK.indb 217 5/16/21 2:54 PM
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