Trauma can change the brain . . .
. . . but the person who experienced the trauma may not be the only one whose brain changes.
In the video below, Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD describes what we’re discovering about the connections between a parent’s trauma and their child’s developing brain.
Take a look – it’s about 4 minutes.
How have you seen trauma affect a person’s interaction with their child? Please leave a comment below.
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