Safe In the Arms is an unflinching auto-biography written to highlight the fact that untreated family trauma reverberates through the generations. The author shows how health services fail to address the recovery needs of young people stranded in damaging situations and what happens ... in their subsequent lives as they grow older. Sufferers are often branded with shaming diagnostic labels which effectively write them off. The book is an urgent call for health service providers to address the emotional health needs of this significant section of the population – to stop resorting to medication and to train and provide the numbers of trauma-therapists to begin to address the issue of intergenerational social and family re-enactment.
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