Trauma, Brain and Relationship: Helping Children Heal

Parental Alienation

Relational trauma can profoundly affect the way children think, feel and act. Trauma is more widespread than we formerly thought with a far broader imprint than that defined by PTSD. Trauma’s aftermath affects children’s abilities to focus mentally, calm themselves emotionally and be aware of others. It is the source of chronic learning and attention problems, emotional and social problems and physical problems. Fortunately, all forms of trauma-including relational trauma and single incident trauma-can be readily repaired in young children.

Traumatic distress can be distinguished from routine stress by assessing the following:
• how quickly upset is triggered
• how frequently upset is triggered
• how intensely threatening the source of upset is
• how long upset lasts
• how long it takes to calm down

This documentary introduces revolutionary new discoveries from leading universities and research centers throughout US and in Canada including UCLA, UCSD, UC Berkeley that help…

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About madisonelizabethbaylis

Father of Kevin, Jenvey and Maddie. Being alienated from Maddie due to the fact that after her mother divorced me and remarried she cut me out of my daughter´s life. I then rekindled my relationship with the mother of my boys and since then Melissa is hell bend on allienating and abusing Maddie
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