Traumatized Children Finally Getting the Attention They Need and Deserve.

The death of a parent is a trauma for a child or teen.  A parent is a child’s first attachment, first love, the person they depend on for their very survival and often it is the very person to whom they would turn to for support after a loss. The dictionary defines trauma as a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. Behavioral health professionals more broadly define trauma as resulting “from an event, series of events, or set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or life threatening and that has lasting adverse effects on the...

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About Mary

Mary Robinson, MA, CT, is currently in private practice in Madison, NJ where she works with individuals coping with grief, loss, and life transitions of any kind.

She has over 35 years of business, management, technical, training, and clinical expertise in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Ms. Robinson is committed to creating communities where children, teens, families, and adults coping with loss get the support they need to thrive, be resilient, and develop the coping tools and skills needed to manage all of the transitions of life.

About Mary

Mary Robinson, MA, CT, is currently in private practice in Madison, NJ where she works with individuals coping with grief, loss, and life transitions of any kind.

She has over 35 years of business, management, technical, training, and clinical expertise in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Ms. Robinson is committed to creating communities where children, teens, families, and adults coping with loss get the support they need to thrive, be resilient, and develop the coping tools and skills needed to manage all of the transitions of life.

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