Child abuse affects brain wiring

Impaired neural connections may explain profound and long-lasting effects of traumatic experiences during childhood. For the first time, researchers have been able to see changes in the neural structures in specific areas of the brains of people who suffered severe abuse as children.

Charlie’s Web

Charlie’s Web Go to the download (members free) Although thankfully rare, the impact of a life-threatening birth can be damaging to the early mother–infant relationship, attunement and attachment, and to the development of the role of a father who may feel...