Close to Home: Childhood trauma is a public healthcrisis

Close to Home: Childhood trauma is a public healthcrisis

It’s important to shine a light on a branch of psychology that gets little attention but has far-reaching societal implications: the treatment of survivors of traumatic events and adversechildhood experiences.

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