The increasing relevance of trauma research from infant-parent observations and child developmental research highlights how clinical techniques can bring about 'reparative moments'. The implications for the long-term effect of childhood trauma, previously denied and thus apparently resulted in 'resistance' to treatment offers new perspectives on management.

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The Many Faces of Trauma

The Many Faces of Trauma

Out of sight, in plain view, the precious moment trauma is transmitted is fascinatingly hard to pin down. At the start of my research project I had little idea of what processes would be revealed in the coming decades…

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