The Neurodevelopmental Impact of Early Trauma and Insecure Attachment: Re-Thinking Our Understanding and Treatment of Sexual Behavior Problems
The article examines how recent research and writing regarding the neurological impact of trauma and early attachment experiences might inform our understanding of sexual behavior problems, particularly in dealing with children and adolescents. The author suggests that neurologically based processing difficulties contribute to many of the behavioral and learning problems exhibited by these clients and argues for a treatment approach that is more trauma focused in theory and multi-modal in its interventions.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Whitney Academy, East Freetown, Massachusetts, USA
Publication date: 2004-10-01