8 Keys to Safe Trauma Recovery:

Take-charge Strategies to Empower Your Healing

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Working on your recovery from Trauma?  

You have come to the right place.

Here you will find information, encouragement and resources, based on Babette Rothschild's  acclaimed book, as well as a supportive community.

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Welcome too if you are helping someone else with their recovery. There is useful material for carers and for trauma professionals.

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A message from the author

With my book I want to help to put you in the driver’s seat, so to speak, of your own trauma recovery and to equip you with the controls you need to reach your goal safely,whether you are just beginning your healing or have been working at it for a while.

When you take control, you might decide to use a little from this and a lot from that—whatever combination it is that you find works for you.

Trauma makes you feel out of control. Taking charge of your own course of recovery will help you to reclaim control over yourself, your symptoms, and your life.

These 8 KEYS TO SAFE TRAUMA RECOVERY are a contribution towards that end.

This website and the Newsletter will support and encourage you as you work on your recovery.

Best wishes

 Babette Rothschild

 8 Keys to Safe Trauma Recovery

     Take-charge Strategies to Empower Your Healing

               by Babette Rothschild, MSW. LCSW


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