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The Trauma Spectrum: Hidden Wounds and Human Resiliency


The Trauma Spectrum: Hidden Wounds and Human Resiliency

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    Available in PDF Format | The Trauma Spectrum: Hidden Wounds and Human Resiliency.pdf | English
    Robert Scaer(Author)
Our experiences of trauma sow the seeds of many persistent and misunderstood medical problems such as chronic fatigue syndrome and various maladies of the immune system. Because of our inadequate understanding of the relationship of mind and body in processing these traumas, many of us suffer needlessly from our exposure to life's traumas. Robert Scaer offers hope to those who wish to transform trauma and better understand their lives.

Robert Scaer, MD, a board-certified neurologist with forty years of clinical experience, lives in Louisville, Colorado.

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  • PDF | 328 pages
  • Robert Scaer(Author)
  • W. W. Norton & Company (2 Aug. 2005)
  • English
  • 7
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle
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  • By TraderJ on 20 September 2010

    This exceptionally well written and informative book should be required reading for anyone interested in holistic health care. It made me realise that virtually all of us in the so-called developed world are affected by unresolved traumas to some degree or other and that PTSD is a causative or contributing factor in many of our common ailments. I am grateful to Robert Scaer for having the courage to risk his reputation by stepping outside the medical/scientific orthodoxy and presenting a compelling case that the body, brain, emotions, and psyche are not separate elements but are in fact integral aspects of one continuum.

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