The body cannot forget these experiences as they are engraved in the mind. Rothschild highlights the techniques and principles for giving the body what it requires. She incorporates knowledge on the psychobiology of response to stress in both normal situations which are challenging in extreme traumatic events (Rothschild, 2008). This helps clinicians to have a clear idea when determining the patients’ symptoms including considerations for the body into their practice. Rothschild narrates past experiences when dealing with PTSD and the process involved in treatment.The essential challenge of the impact of trauma on the mind and the body helps in treating survivors of trauma. Rothschild keenly, adeptly highlights the ways of incorporating somatic work with clear case study examples and techniques. The use of diagrammatic explanations in the book has not been clearly illustrated. Rothschild is a bit jarring when she inarticulately mentions that there is an existence of people whose physiology has been negatively affected by trauma to an extent that engaging in discussions, on sensations of the body, may spark the development of stress response. The Psychophysiology of Trauma and Trauma Treatment.
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