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Experts tell us that four billion people worldwide suffer from trauma sometime in their lives, but for most families, that numbing number translates in personal terms to a very real PSTD-suffering soldier, a victim of spousal or parental abuse; or a loved one who has been a rape victim. In this new book, pioneering researcher Bessel Van Der Kolk draws on his thirty years working in the field to assure trauma survivors that there is hope; that their brains, in fact, can be rewired to experience emotion and control that they once believed were lost. Among the treatment discussed in The Body Keeps Score are neurofeedback, yoga, mindfulness techniques, and play. Editor's recommendation.