The aim of this study
We are conducting a research study looking at how children cope shortly after being involved in any kind of frightening experience. We hope that 300 parents whose child has experienced a frightening event will take part.
Parents are usually the main source of support for children following frightening experiences and we want to learn more about the ways in which parents support their children. This will help us gain a better understanding of things parents do to support their children which may help us to provide better information about child coping to families and professionals in the future.
I’m not a parent, so all I can do is pass this along to anyone who might be interested in sparing 10 minutes to help them with this research study.