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"The Girl in the Tower": Exploring Childhood Trauma

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Alora Cleere

on 12 March 2013

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Transcript of "The Girl in the Tower": Exploring Childhood Trauma

Alora Cleere The base of Trauma Inspiration "The Girl in the Tower": Exploring Childhood Trauma Trauma is Everywhere... Divorce, abuse, natural disasters, wars, crime, school violence, bullying, traffic accidents, general accidents, peer pressure, and death of a loved one are all considered trauma.
Depending on the child's age, they will display it through old habits, play, personality changes, and mood swings. Effects stay, long after trauma Our brains are designed to remember, so we can survive. Flashbacks caused by similar situations are called "triggers." ("Understanding Child Traumatic Stress") ("Understanding Child Traumatic Stress") and ("When Children Experience Trauma") Disorders Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Social Anxiety Disorder
Schizophrenia "Social Pain" The "Perfect" Childhood Media influences
Too much parenting
The "perfect" parents Healing from Trauma Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Eye Movement Desensitization
The "Rewind" Technique
Spirituality Renewal
Talking (Goldstein) (Darton) My Rapunzel Year: being the "Girl in the Tower" Credit: American Psychological Association. When Children Experience Trauma: A Guide for Parents and Families. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association, n.d. Print.
Darton, Katherine. “Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.” Mind. Mind, n.d. Web. 30 Sep.
Goldstein, Elisha, Ph.D. "I Had a Perfect Childhood, Why Am I Depressed?" Mental Help. MentalHelp, 16 June 2011. Web. 30 Sept. 2012.
Macdonald, Geoff. "Social Pain and Hurt Feelings." University of Toronto, n.d. Web. 25 Sept. 2012.
"Understanding Child Traumatic Stress." National Child Traumatic Stress Network. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Sept. 2012.
Woods, Barbara. ("Trauma and Anxiety Disorders Why Casa Treatments Location Admissions") Casa Palmera. Casa Palmera, 14 Sept. 2009. Web. 23 Feb. 2013. My Mentor Angela A. Allen-Bell Assistant Professor of Legal Writing and Analysis, and graduate, of Southern University Law Center
Published Poet
Major activist in social justice, civil rights, human rights, prisoner rights, and juvenile rights. (Woods) Childhood affects who you are as an adult. My childhood. positive negative
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