How abuse beats up the brain


Research and therapy at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences suggest that children who’ve suffered at the hands of abusers need not lead lives defined by their pain. Therapy can help them change the way they think, creating not just behavioral changes but changes in the way their brains are wired. Brains, it appears, are altered by trauma, but can possibly be healed.

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