Dr. Ashley Hicks, a professor at The Ohio State University and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, discusses how both risk (trauma) and resilience factors are passed down through generations.
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Dr. Ashley Hicks, Ph.D, IMFT-S is a clinical associate professor of Human Development and Family Science at the Ohio State University and the Director of the OSU Couple and Family Therapy Clinic. She presents on the topic of grief, including describing different types of grief and ways it can show up, as well as strategies for coping with grief through loss and changing family dynamics.
In this video, Beth Tyson from https://www.bethtyson.com/ breaks down the concept of ambiguous loss for children in kinship care and foster care, such as how being separated from their birth parents can affect their mental health. She also presents strategies for talking to children who have experienced ambiguous loss and supporting them as caregivers.
Check out her book for kinship families, A Grandfamily For Sullivan as well