“information-packed….the authors do make a very persuasive case that preventive measures should be taken to eliminate or mitigate early trauma”
“Scared Sick makes an erudite, well-considered case…. a must-read for pediatricians and mental-health counselors working with children and families…. A cogent examination of the changing role of childhood trauma on lifelong health.”
Meredith S. Wiley is the State Director of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids New York. She lives in Albany, New York.
It made me look at myself more in depth and now i refuse too allow the world too scare me sick!!!
As a school psychologist I feel that this book fills an important gap in understanding children and have recommended it to my friends and colleagues.
This book does an excellent job of describing how adverse childhood events affect adult physical health.
If you are a therapist or an individual who is doing well in therapy and has experienced childhood trauma, this books explains why a person may be sick today. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Michelle N.
Excellent book about pre and perinatal trauma...discouraging unnecessary birth interventions and drugs. This book is a comprehensive eye-opener in this field.Published 7 days ago by elaine dolan
This book does an excellent job of describing how adverse childhood events affect adult physical health. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Deb Simpson
I've always thought that there HAD to be a correlation between trauma and physical illness. This book spells it out scientifically with appropriate references. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gloria Hastings
This book was quite the revelation on how pivotal environmental factors can impact the human. How stress evolves and manifests in the physical aspect which can become a... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robin M. Butts
20 years of scientific studies amount to this: "There is no such thing as a child not noticing". The book expands and explains how this works in accessible language. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lyn
This is an excellent book connecting trauma to later diseases in life. It is well written and well documented. It would be an important read for anyone doing trauma therapy.Published 14 months ago by Joanne Sorenson
I needed this book for school and it's great. Fast shipping and in excellent condition. Very interesting read. You won't regret it.Published 14 months ago by Cathryn