18 September 2013

Robin Karr-Morse mit Meredith S.Wiley - Sich krank fürchten - Lesen macht klug und schoen 1049

Welche Rolle Kindheitstraumata für Erkrankungen im Erwachsenenalter spielen

Karr-Morse mit, Robin/Wiley, Meredith S. - Sich krank fürchten
Sachbuch

Sich krank fürchten


Junfermann Verlag
ISBN 3873878909
34,90 Euro
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Welche Rolle Kindheitstraumata für Erkrankungen im Erwachsenenalter spielen? Könnte es sein, dass herkömmliche Krankheiten eine Ursache haben, die wir bislang übersehen haben? 

Ist es möglich, dass Erbanlagen und Alter vielleicht doch nicht den ihnen zugeschriebenen großen Einfluss auf Herzerkrankungen, Diabetes, Fettleibigkeit, Depression und Sucht haben?

In diesem Buch regen Robin Karr-Morse und Meredith Wiley dazu an, traumatische Erfahrungen aus der frühen Kindheit als Ursache für zahlreiche Erkrankungen sowie emotionale und Verhaltensauffälligkeiten von Erwachsenen in Betracht zu ziehen. Die Autorinnen zeigen auf, dass die ersten Monate unseres Lebens unseren gesamten weiteren Lebensweg beeinflussen können.

Unser angeborenes Kampf-oder-Flucht-System, das sich entwickelt hat, um uns vor lebensbedrohlichen Gefahren zu schützen, kann für chronische Erkrankungen oder frühe Sterblichkeit verantwortlich gemacht werden – wenn es in den frühen Lebensjahren überstrapaziert wurde. Basierend auf neuesten wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnissen und 35 Jahren klinischer Erfahrung bietet dieses Buch eine revolutionäre Sicht auf die Auswirkungen frühkindlicher traumatischer Erlebnisse auf die Gesundheit von Erwachsenen.

Inhaltverzeichnis: http://www.junfermann.de/_files_media/downloads/98/inhaltsverzeichnis.pdf


Meredith S. Wiley









Meredith S. Wiley ist State Director of Fight Crime und als solche im Projekt Kids New York involviert. Sie lebt in Albany, New York.



Robin Karr-Morse  ist Familientherapeutin in eigener Praxis in Portland, Oregon.


(is co-author of Ghosts from the Nursery: Tracing the Roots of Violence and Scared Sick: The Role of Childhood Trauma in Adult Disease. 
Karr-Morse is a veteran of both child welfare and public education systems in Oregon. Formerly the Director of Parent Training for the Oregon child welfare system, she has designed and administered three statewide programs for families with children, including one focusing on pre-parenting in high schools, one on teen parents and one on families reported for abuse and neglect. She was the first executive director of the Oregon Children's Trust Fund, a major public effort to prevent child abuse statewide. Karr-Morse was a consultant to Dr. T. Berry Brazelton's Touchpoints Program and a lecturer on the Brazelton Seminar Faculty. Karr-Morse has worked with county, state and national officials across the country to create social policies which support families in monitoring the earliest development to prevent delinquency and school failure.  Currently, with a group of colleagues, she is working to build “The Parenting Institute”.  The Institute will provide parents with state of the art developmental knowledge, skills and support which focuses on building emotionally competent children from conception through adolescence. 
Karr-Morse is currently a family therapist in private practice in Portland, Oregon where she lives with her husband. Karr-Morse is a parent, adoptive parent, stepparent, formerly a foster parent and a grandmother.)
https://www.facebook.com/robin.karrmorse








podcast: http://www.writersvoice.net/?powerpress_pinw=4667-podcast

Ghosts from the Nursery: Tracing the Roots of Violence:
Karr-Morse, a family therapist, and Wiley, chief of staff to the Oregon Speaker of the House, designed that state's Children's Care Team. They emphasize here the importance of experiences absorbed during the fetal stage and in the first two years of infancy for brain development. Drawing on new research studies, they show that activities by expectant mothers such as heavy drinking, drug use and an inadequate diet have a strong adverse effect on fetal neurological development. After birth, parental neglect and physical abuse may combine with prenatal trauma to further impair brain development and predispose a child toward violent behavior. Along with densely detailed research, the authors present case studies of violent children, focusing on Jeffrey, who has been on death row for committing a vicious murder at 16. Jeffrey describes a childhood marked by depressed, violent and neglectful parents. According to Wiley and Karr-Morse, unless society makes a commitment to providing nurturing care for all infants, the number of violent children will increase. This is a deeply disturbing wake-up call. Author tour. (Jan.)
http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-87113-703-6

Robin Karr-Morse
New research shows that stress early in life can cause serious diseases like diabetes and heart disease when we are much older. One emerging cause as yet to make it onto the radar screens of most Americans: the impact of chronic fear on the very young. By releasing stress hormones into the body, fear seems to set the stage for later illness.
In her book, Scared Sick, family therapist Robin Karr-Morse looks at psychology, neurobiology, the immune system, and genetics to show how chronic fear in early childhood lies at the root of adult disease. But even though you can’t change the past, Morse says, there are things you can do to counteract the toxic toll of childhood fear on your health.

Robin Karr-Morse talks about her book SCARED SICK. It’s about how chronic fear in childhood is at the root of many adult diseases. And Dan Morhaim tells us how to take better control of the end of our lives. His book is THE BETTER END: Surviving (and Dying) on Your Own Terms in Today’s Modern Medical World. http://www.writersvoice.net/2012/05/robin-karr-morse-scared-sick-dan-morhaim-a-better-end/

Finally, the authors provide an array of therapies and resources to ameliorate the effects of trauma, most involving some physical actions and establishing trust with the therapist.
A wake-up call? Absolutely. Readers don’t need to buy all the data to get the message, especially where events in America and abroad conspire to increase child poverty and deprivation.
https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/robin-karr-morse/scared-sick/


Zitat zum daily book heute:
"We can finally trace the roots of violence to a place where we can begin to solve problems instead of placing blame. Because violence comes from the same roots as do empathy, conscience and trust, early prevention is key to curbing violence. It has an added advantage. Babies are fun!"
http://www.paulagordon.com/shows/morse/

"Wir können endlich die Wurzeln der Gewalt verorten und damit beginnen sie zu lösen anstatt Schuld zuzuweisen. Da Gewalt aus denselben Wurzeln wie Mitgefühl, das Gewissen und Vertrauen stammt, ist eine frühe Prävention der Schlüssel zur Eindämmung von Gewalt. Es haben einen zusätzlichen Vorteil gefunden: Babys machen Spaß!"
Robin Karr-Morse

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