UC Davis Pediatric Psychologist On Trauma For Children Separated From Parents At The Border Cody Drabble Monday, June 25, 2018 | Sacramento, CA Listen / download audio Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. In this June 1, 2018, file photo, children hold signs during a demonstration against the Trump administration's family separation policy in front of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices in Miramar, Fla. Wilfredo Lee / AP Photo The Trump administration's controversial, short-lived policy of separating and detaining children from their immigrant parents at the U.S.-Mexico border raised lots of questions. Experts say parent-child separations can cause long-lasting trauma for young people. UC Davis pediatric psychologist Dr. Brandi Liles is joining Insight to explain this and discuss childrens' psychological responses to trauma. Liles is a pediatric psychologist at the Child and Adolescent Abuse Resource and Evaluation Center (CAARE).