Childhood Trauma: Sixty-Three Concise Articles

By David Hosier MSc

Psychology & philosophy, Health & well-being | eBook


This book is written by David Hosier, founder of childhoodtraumarecovery.com. It comprises sixty-three concise articles originally published on the website that have been grouped into fifteen sections: childhood trauma and depression, childhood trauma and anxiety, childhood trauma and addiction, childhood trauma and physical health, childhood trauma and psychosis, childhood trauma and violence, childhood trauma and sexuality, childhood trauma and future suicide attempts, childhood trauma and its effect upon the brain, childhood trauma and dissociation, childhood trauma and obsessive-compulsive disorder, childhood trauma and borderline personality disorder, childhood trauma and complex post-traumatic stress disorder, main treatments for effects of childhood trauma, post-traumatic growth. Despite the fact that the articles have been grouped into the above categories, they were originally written to 'stand alone'. Therefore, the book can be dipped in and out of or read straight through. Also, the articles have been written in a concise style, including use of bullet points, with the intention of making the material easier to digest. Whilst the book contains a section about treatments for the effects of childhood trauma, it is not intended to be a self-help book in the traditional sense, but, rather, a book that will facilitate self-understanding and a clearer comprehension of the effects of the unconscious mind, vital prerequisites if we are to make meaningful changes in our lives. It is already fully accepted that damage done to the brain by malignant tumors, serious head injuries, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease can adversely affect how our personality, our emotional state and our behavior — it is now time for it to be more fully understood and acknowledged how damage to the brain's physical development caused by severe and protracted childhood trauma can also result in such adverse changes in the person.


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This book is written by David Hosier, founder of childhoodtraumarecovery.com. It comprises sixty-three concise articles originally published on the website that have been grouped into fifteen sections: childhood trauma and depression, childhood trauma and anxiety, childhood trauma and addiction, childhood trauma and physical health, childhood trauma and psychosis, childhood trauma and violence, childhood trauma and sexuality, childhood trauma and future suicide attempts, childhood trauma and its effect upon the brain, childhood trauma and dissociation, childhood trauma and obsessive-compulsive disorder, childhood trauma and borderline personality disorder, childhood trauma and complex post-traumatic stress disorder, main treatments for effects of childhood trauma, post-traum...


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David Hosier BSc Hons; MSc; PGDE(FAHE) was educated at Goldsmith's College, University of London and holds two degrees in psychology as well as a teaching diploma in education. He is experienced in the educational field, both in terms of teaching and research, and is the founder of childhoodtraumarecovery.com (established 2013) and author of several other books. He is also a survivor of childhood trauma.




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