FOX4: Thailand cave rescue has attention of experts at Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center
Being stuck in a dangerous place can have lasting effects. Susan Pinne, director of TraumaSmart at Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center, has a background in child psychology, and in her trauma program, kids with various degrees of trauma come for care.
"It really only takes one caring adult to make a difference for a child who's experienced a trauma. So, remaining calm, yourself. Listening. Staying calm no matter what you hear from the child so they have the freedom and ability to express themselves," Pinne said on Monday.
Watch the interview with FOX4 to find out what signs children who've experience similar trauma show and when those signs could come to light.