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How Childhood Trauma May Make the Brain Vulnerable to Addiction, Depression

Childhood trauma has long been known to raise a child's odds of developing depression and addiction later on. Now, a small but intriguing new study links these risks to specific changes in the brain
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How Childhood Trauma May Make the Brain Vulnerable to Addiction, Depression

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The impact of childhood trauma on adult disorders. If you are treating a specific disorder but not treating the trauma, the underlying causes for the disorder cannot be healed. Trauma informed care is based on the premised that almost every human being has been exposed to trauma at one time or another, and has been trained to address this need.

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