Resources on Child Abuse and Childhood TraumaFriday, February 01, 2013
Child Abuse and Its Results in Today's Society by Darius Cikanavičius
It's Not The Child's Fault by Darius Cikanavičius
Common Reactions to The Topic of Childhood Trauma by Darius Cikanavičius
Why People Deny Childhood Trauma and Its Results by Darius Cikanavičius
The Cycle of Child Abuse and How to End It by Darius Cikanavičius
The Classification and Results of Child Abuse by Darius Cikanavičius
The Difficulties of Recognizing and Reducing Child Abuse by Darius Cikanavičius
Psychohistory Institute (run by Lloyd deMause)
Alice Miller's website on Child Abuse and Mistreatment, and all of her books
What Constitutes Child Abuse? by Daniel Mackler
The Spiritual Rights Of The Child by Daniel Mackler
The Bomb in the Brain series: the physical, emotional and medical effects of child abuse. By Stefan Molyneux
A Theory of Mental Health by Stefan Molyneux
The Latest Science of Nature Versus Nurture by Stefan Molyneux
Daniel Mackler's website on Healing from Childhood Trauma and recovering from Psychosis / Schizophrenia without medication.
Daniel Mackler's Youtube channel
Were you traumatized as a child? How do you know? by Peter Gerlach
Was your childhood "normal" (healthy)? How do you know? by Peter Gerlach
What it means to be "psychologically wounded." by Peter Gerlach
Are you a "Grown Wounded Child" (GWC)? by Peter Gerlach
Gabor Maté - What is Addiction? A short video about addiction and pain
Daniel Mackler: On Child Abuse and Spoiling
Daniel Mackler "Toward Truth"
Genetics Behind Psychopathology: A Convenient Excuse for Parents by Daniel Mackler
Gabor Maté "In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts"
Dr. Gabor Maté: Addiction. A bad childhood and the social roots of our addictions
Daniel Mackler "TAKE THESE BROKEN WINGS. Recovery from Schizophrenia Without Medication"
Daniel Mackler "HEALING HOMES. An Alternative, Swedish Model for Healing Psychosis"
Daniel Mackler "OPEN DIALOGUE. An Alternative, Finnish Approach to Healing Psychosis"
The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study