A disaster is a natural or man-made event of severity and magnitude that normally results in death, injury, and property damage that cannot be managed through the routine proce dures and resources of government (Pataki, 2000). It can not be denied that these disasters will have psychological or non psychological impact. This psychological impact is also traumatic in early childhood. When faced with an overwhelming situation, such as a disaster, children in 1-5 years often feel helpless and experience an intense fear and insecurity because of their inability to protect themselves. Many children lack the verbal skills and conceptual skills needed to cope effectively with sudden stress. The reactions of their parents and families often strongly affect them. In this case its presence is very important, because one type of reaction from them is clinging to parents. In this case parents need guidance to deal with trauma in children aged 1-5 years. Through guidance with information services provided by counselors to parents about intervention in earthquake disaster children. It is important for parents and educators to be informed and ready to help if a stress reaction starts.