The deepest well

healing the long-term effects of childhood adversity
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A pioneering physician reveals how childhood stress leads to lifelong health problems, and what people can do to break the cycle.

StatementNadine Burke Harris, M.D.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRJ101 .H37 2018ab
The Physical Object
Format[sound recording] :
Pagination9 audio discs (approximately 10.5 hr.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26955141M
ISBN 101508254176
ISBN 139781508254171
OCLC/WorldCa1017739789

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Relying on her work as a compassionate physician and first-class scientist, Burke Harris weaves together groundbreaking research with touching personal by: The book centers around the concept of ACEs — adverse childhood experiences — and how they effect health. The Deepest Well is a profound book written in incredibly accessible language (given its scientific complexity) by the sweetest, most passionate author, Dr.

Nadine Burke Harris/5. “A heart-breaking, world-shaking, revolutionary book. In The Deepest Well, Nadine Burke Harris uncovers the once-hidden story of why we are the way we are.

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It explains how cycles of trauma are perpetuated on a physiological level and how this goes much deeper than simple learned behavior. Also goes into how this can be overcome and how we can teach our bodies and brains to rewire. Discover The Deepest Well as it's meant to be heard, narrated by Dr Nadine Burke Harris.

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This first stop in an ambitious book tour that crisscrosses the country reflects a mission that Burke Harris has pursued for nearly a decade: to spread the knowledge about the science of adverse childhood.

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I will often come across a passage that resonates so deeply with my own life that I have to put the book down and just breathe. The reason for my pause is not about my own Adverse Childhood Experiences, although I have a few; it is because I recognize the path she is on. The Deepest Well: Healing the Long Term Effects of Childhood Adversity by Nadine Burke Harris You have the opportunity to earn more than 3 CEUs when you take the SORLA book–study class.

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Book AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & Author: Book Habits. Her work has been profiled in The New Yorker, in Paul Tough's book How Children Succeed, and in Jamie Redford's film Resilience.

Mother to four children, Dr. Burke Harris is the recipient of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award presented by the American Academy of Peditarics and the author of The Deepest Edition: Unabridged. The Deepest Well is book # in the Dominion series by Juliette Cross.

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Nadine Burke Harris is a necessary read for anyone who works with or loves children, particularly those who might be in the foster care system or struggling with adversity. The Deepest Well is by far the most meaningful and relevant book I have read in years.

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The Deepest Well begins at a terrifying moment in the life of a healthy year-old father the author calls Evan. As he wakes up one morning, he realizes his arm has gone numb—and then his leg, and then his face. Why is Evan, a man with no apparent risk factors, having a stroke.

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“The Deepest Well is a heartbreaking, beautiful book about what might be the most important single issue facing our country's disadvantaged populations: the prevalence of childhood trauma.

Relying on her work as a compassionate physician and first-class scientist, Burke Harris weaves together groundbreaking research with touching personal. Nadine’s newest book, The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity, tells the story of ACEs through research and her own pediatric work in San Francisco.

Most importantly, it outlines how society can battle this public health crisis. The Deepest Well - The Deepest Well audiobook, by Nadine Burke Harris A pioneering physician reveals how childhood stress can lead to lifelong health problems, and shows us what we can do to break the -thirds of us have experienced at least one adverse childhood experience, or ACE, such as abuse, neglect, parental substance dependence, or mental illness.5/5.

"The Deepest Well is a rousing wake-up call, challenging us to reimagine pressing questions of racial and social justice as matters of public health.

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