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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) causes a child, teenager, or young adult to experience various symptoms physically, mentally, and emotionally. Although PTSD has a negative impact on a person, some individuals are able to cope positively by expressing themselves and tapping into their strengths.
As a parent, social worker, or mental health professional helping kids and young adults heal from trauma, one of the things you can do is to engage them in a therapeutic self-awareness exercise.
Use our PTSD symptoms worksheet as a tool. It includes a list of positive and negative symptoms under four categories — Physical, Behavioral, Emotional, and Mental. Instruct your child or patient to check whatever describes their thoughts, feelings, and experiences as part of gaining better self-awareness.
Want more resources like this? Check out our full catalog of trauma worksheets and handouts.