Effective parenting practices provide a protective environment surrounding children and the authors have proposed a framework that draws on positive parenting practices that promote healthy child development.
The goals of parenting following trauma would be to provide structure, security, emotional warmth, and an environment that addresses the traumatic event. Skill encouragement, monitoring, interpersonal problem-solving, and positive involvement would support these goals and enable parents to provide an environment to promote their children's resilience after trauma.
The article is just a brief overview, serving more as a reminder than anything else. Of course, it speaks to the larger point, which is that the functioning of children is significantly impacted by the parenting they receive in most cases. When the attitude of the adults involved in the treatment of a child is to "fix the kid," the results will be spotty at best.