Scared sick : the role of childhood trauma in adult disease /Publication details: New York : Basic Books, ©2012.Description: xvii, 301 pages ; 25 cmISBN:
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 273-288) and index.
Monster in the closet : trauma in the body -- Things that go bump in the night : the biology of stress and trauma -- Scared sick : how experience becomes biology -- Little traumas : prenatal and perinatal -- Little traumas : infancy and toddlerhood -- Nowhere to run : when parents are the source of trauma -- No place to hide : the role of genetics and epigenetics -- Security blanket : the biology of secure attachment -- Rock a bye : therapy and beyond -- It's a small world after all -- Appendix A. Preventing trauma to young children during divorce -- Appendix B. Maltreatment in childhood -- Appendix C. Recognizing trauma -- Appendix D. Working with traumatized children -- Appendix E. Preventative programs proven effective.
"In Scared Sick, childhood expert and therapist Robin Karr-Morse and lawyer and strategist Meredith Wiley propose that chronic fear experienced in infancy and early childhood lies at the root of numerous diseases as well as emotional and behavioral pathologies in adults."--Jacket.