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References

Kellerman. (2001). Transmission of Holocaust Trauma- An integrative view. Psychiatry 64(3).

Aydin, Akbas, Turla and Dundar. (2016). Depression and post-traumatic stress disorder in child victims of sexual abuse: perceived social support as a protection factor .Nordic Journal of Psychiatry (70:6)

 

Crittenden and Heller. (2017). The Roots of Chronic Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Childhood Trauma, Information Processing, and Self-protective Strategies. Chronic Stress (1: 1-13)

 

Hadanny, Bechor, Catalogna, Daphna–Tekoah, Sigal, Cohenpour, Lev-Wiesel and Efrati. (2018). Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Can Induce Neuroplasticity and Significant Clinical Improvement in Patients Suffering From Fibromyalgia With a History of Childhood Sexual Abuse—Randomized Controlled Trial. Front. Psychol.

 

Hadanny, Bechor, Daphna–Tekoah, Lev-Wiesel and Efrati, Tiberg, Pik, Suzin (2018). Recovery of Repressed Memories in Fibromyalgia Patients Treated With Hyperbaric Oxygen – Case Series Presentation and Suggested Bio-Psycho-Social Mechanism. Front. Psychol.

 

Lev-Wiesel, Hadanny, Bechor, Daphna–Tekoah, and Efrati. (2018). Brain and Mind Integration: Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors Experiencing Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment and Psychotherapy Concurrently. Front. Psychol.

 

Kaplow, Saxe, Putnam, Pynoos and Lieberman. (2006). The Long–Term Consequences of Early Childhood Trauma: A Case Study and Discussion. Psychiatry (69:4)

 

Wolfe, Sas & Wekerle. (1994). Factors associated with the development of posttraumatic stress disorder among victims of sexual abuse. Child Abuse and Neglect. (18(1):37-50)

 

Yehuda, Halligan and Grossman. (2001). Childhood trauma and risk for PTSD: Relationship to intergenerational effects of trauma, parental PTSD, and cortisol excretion. Development and Psychopathology (13)

Books:

The Body Keeps the Score: Mind, Brain and Body in the Transformation of Trauma. BBessel van der Kolk. 20015.  

The Drama of Being a Child : The Search for the True Self . By Alice Miller. 2008. 

"The establishment of a verbal narrative has been shown to be a critical part of the therapeutic process in that it not only helps children to make sense of their traumatic experience, but also helps them handle ongoing effects as they emerge across the lifespan.” 

 

Gaensbauer, 2000

"Patients who, in the course of HBOT, suddenly recalled repressed traumatic memories of childhood sexual abuse. The surfacing of the repressed (dissociative) memories decades after the sexual abuse events was sudden and utterly surprising. …. As the memories surfaced, the physical pain related to FMS subsided.” 

 

Efrati, et al., 2018

“Specifically, we found that chronic PTSD in adulthood may result from the confluence of childhood exposure to danger that is beyond children’s capacity for self-protection and self-comfort, in the context of lack of parental protection and comfort both at that time and afterwards” 

 

Crittenden & Heller, 2017

"Transgenerational transmission is when an older person unconsciously externalizes his traumatized self onto a developing child’s personality. A child then becomes a reservoir for the unwanted, troublesome parts of an older generation. Because the elders have influence on a child, the child absorbs their wishes and expectations and is driven to act on them. It becomes the child’s task to mourn, to reverse the humiliation and feelings of helplessness pertaining to the trauma of his forebears” 

 

Volkan 1997, p. 43

Kalanit Ben-Ari, Ph.D.