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#1 New York Times bestseller“Essential reading for anyone interested in understanding and treating traumatic stress and the scope of its impact on society.” —Alexander McFarlane, Director of the Centre for Traumatic Stress StudiesA pioneering researcher transforms our understanding of trauma and off

Author Bessel A. Van der Kolk

Pages 445

Publisher Penguin Publishing Group

Published Date 2015-09-08

ISBN 0143127748 9780143127741

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lisa_russel shared a tip "Really helped me understand and let go"

natalia_mariee shared a tip "I’m debating when to buy it. I saw it at Target and it peaked my curiosity."

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kathyurshka_rose shared a tip "Really help with understanding ptsd and has help me as a foster parent in caring for trauma children"

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caveira shared a tip "very well written, and informative around trauma, how it effects us and how to heal"

terry_assante shared a tip "Extremely interesting! I listened to this. Dont know if i coukd have kept up as well with physical book"

cristina_mulholland shared a tip "#trauma #psychology #neuroscience"

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josue_esperante shared a tip "Author is the go-to reference for this topic"

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brooke_peddle shared a tip "Mind blowing"

kimberly_kooi shared a tip "There were so many moments that were inspiring or where “aha!” and “yes!” What where your favorites?"

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melissa_szekunda shared a tip "Informative and helpful"

heidi_h_6029 shared a tip "I was not expecting to be taken on the writer path of experience as well as open my mind about trauma and it’s intricacies"

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epiphany_harper shared a tip "It is a great Neurobiology book on the bodily symptoms of PTSD"

crystal_hooks_1550 shared a tip "Yes! Most definitely!!"

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anastasia_orazine shared a tip "I have not finished it YET but so far absolutely loving the book. Provides a lot of context that I was missing."

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jim_sharpnack shared a tip "2/3 of the book was solid but the last third was a bit tedious"

kerry_eddy_9595 shared a tip "A must-read for the sake of humanity."

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