Since the subject of “psychological trauma” has become popularized, and as a result of the mushrooming industry of lay therapists, the strength of this publication relies on the expertise of the author in addressing a wide array of trauma-related material. It begins with a description of the full scope of trauma-related symptoms and syndromes. The author pays special attention to the subject of the crucial role of early attachment and nurture. There is a significant body of didactic material balanced by personal reports of known trauma-vignettes which are dissected using the language established by known trauma experts.
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