Resolving Childhood Trauma
March 07, 2010 | |

At the age of four Nancy Rappaport lost her mother to suicide. More than thirty years later, as she held her own infant daughter in her arms, she knew she must revisit that early loss, and resolve the trauma that had haunted her for decades. Her journey led to revelations that now inform her work as a psychiatrist, as she helps her patients resolve childhood trauma of all kinds. Her insights help us understand the needs of children suffering great loss, and also guide us to gently revisit the various losses each of us has inevitably faced along the way.


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