Scared Sick: The Role of Childhood Trauma in Adult Disease

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Product Details

Price
$36.80
Publisher
Basic Books
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
6.5 X 1.04 X 9.43 inches | 1.16 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780465013548
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About the Author

Robin Karr-Morse is a family therapist and the former Director of Parents Training for the Oregon Child Welfare System. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Meredith S. Wiley is the State Director of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids New York. She lives in Albany, New York.

Reviews

Publishers Weekly
"information-packed.... The authors do make a very persuasive case that preventive measures should be taken to eliminate or mitigate early trauma"

Kirkus Reviews
"A wake-up call? Absolutely."

Daniel J. Siegel, MD, Executive Director, Mindsight Institute, Clinical Professor, UCLA School of Medicine, and author of Mindsight
"Karr-Morse and Wiley have done it again! Scared Sick raises many profound and urgent questions about how stress during the earliest moments of our lives--in utero and out in the world--can create lasting negative impacts on the health of our bodies and minds. While many of the exact details remain to be clarified with further research, this book's summary of the science of stress creates a call to action that is quite clear: We need to awaken ourselves to the importance of both preventing toxic stress early in life and helping the many who have been affected during these early years to have the healing support that is available in the form of social connections and mindful reflective skills that can lead us in new and helpful directions in our collective lives."