Category Archives: Childhood Trauma

The Altered Tapestry: Trauma, Child Development, and the Promise of Neuroplasticity

Young child looking into the camera smiling

The developing brain of a child is highly sensitive to the experiences encountered in the early years of life. When a child undergoes trauma, it’s not just an emotional blow; it fundamentally alters the child’s brain development. This alteration can manifest in various ways, such as changes in the ability to regulate emotions, difficulty forming […]