Healing Traumatized Kids…My Journey of Healing in Life after Trauma, Part 2…August 14th…70th Anniversary End of WWII

by | Aug 10, 2015

Training Teachers and Mentors to be Trauma Informed…video clip


Helping Children Affected by Trauma Circumstances…at Crittenton Children’s Center

Crittenton Children’s Center, Saint Luke’s Health System

Crittenton Children’s Center has excelled for more than a century at effectively treating the mental and behavioral health care needs of children, adolescents, and their families. Our facility offers a child and adolescent psychiatric hospital, foster care and adoption case management, intensive in-home services, school-based intervention, and more.

Crittenton Children’s Center:

  • Provides more actively practicing board-certified psychiatrists than any other similar facility in the region
  • Uses multiple evidence-based therapy interventions to ensure the best outcomes for patients
  • Is licensed as a psychiatric hospital by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
  • Is licensed as a Child Placing Agency and Residential Child Care Agency by the Missouri Department of Social Services-Children’s Division
  • Trauma Smart program is a highly successful early childhood trauma intervention program designed to help heal children 3-5 years of age



Saving your children, family, and loved ones from inter-generational post-traumatic stress (PTS)…

My Journey of Healing in Life after Trauma, Part 2, will be released on Friday August 14, 2015.  The non-fiction narrative represents 4 years of outreach and research captured in my blog, Children and Families in Life after Trauma. Selected topics are organized in 8 chapters focused on trauma affected family circumstances and positive outcomes.

This 3rd book release is about my personal journey of healing.  I write as a survivor of childhood and early adult trauma  growing up in a toxic military family torn apart by WWII and Korean War.  My blog, Children and Families in Life after Trauma provides rich content for this e-book.  The narrative carries the reader on a story of inspiration, passion, and discovery of the roots of trauma-affected children and provides strategies for parents, teachers, and loved ones to help mitigate the suffering.

Steve Sparks, Author, Reconciliation: A Son’s Story, My Journey of Healing in Life after Trauma, Part 1 & 2… Click highlighted text for my author page.

About the author

Steve Sparks is a retired information technology sales and marketing executive with over 35 years of industry experience, including a Bachelors’ in Management from St. Mary’s College. His creative outlet is as a non-fiction author, writing about his roots as a post-WWII US Navy military child growing up in the 1950s-1960s.
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