|Title||Workbook for What Happened to You by Bruce D Perry MD PhD and Oprah Winfrey|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
This is an unofficial Workbook for "What Happened to You?" by Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey designed to enrich your reading experience Genius Reads is wholly responsible for this content and isn't associated with the author in any way. Text Copyright © Genius Reads Workbook for What Happened to You? by Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey Renowned child psychiatrist Dr. Bruce Perry and much loved talk show host, journalist and philanthropist Oprah Winfrey discuss the question:How do we identify and address the issues of childhood trauma and combat its impact? What Happened to You? is a book length discussion between this well-known activists for mental health and children's well-being on how trauma and its aftermath can be readdressed. In this Workbook for What Happened to You?, we've distilled some of the ideas and debates raised by Oprah and Dr. Perry regarding how we view trauma and how we might reframe the discussion on mental health. We've utilized multiple learning styles with detailed summaries, lessons, and goals, plus bulleted checklists and action plans to help readers digest and comprehend the ideas expanded on in the book. Throughout the book you will find: Summaries These summaries are concise overviews of each chapter, drawing key themes and learning outcomes. Within them you'll discover: The key issues that have faced Oprah and Dr. Perry and the field of PTSD treatment Insights suggested by Oprah and Perry into how trauma develops. Personal anecdotes from Oprah's own troubled upbringing and Dr. Perry's dealings with high profile cases of traumatic events. Lessons Activities based on some of the key ideas and approaches put forward by Oprah and Dr. Perry that zone in on personal attitudes towards trauma. Stocktaking lessons that allow the reader to look at their own beliefs and ideas about trauma Points of reflection that offer the reader the opportunity to better understand their own experiences. Opportunities for discussion on how they might interact with and support those who have suffered with PTSD and Adverse Childhood Experiences. Goals A brief dissection of the main idea of each chapter: A concise overview of the main ideas Oprah and Dr. Perry are keen to get across. Important features and context for the chapters. Breakdown of the arguments observed by Dr. Perry and Oprah and the ideas that have affected how we have come to define childhood trauma. Checklists These bullet-pointed lists include: Distilled concepts on how Dr. Perry has approached his work with children Breakdowns of what the current scientific thinking is on how trauma affects the brain. Plans and strategies for the wider public when considering the issue of traumatic memory Action Plan This is a chance for the reader to build their own personal ideas to engage with as they navigate the realms of memory and abuse. Ideas include: Suggestions and ideas for how the reader might respond to those who have experienced abuse. Long-term plans for the individual on how they can address post-traumatic behavior in their own lives. Questions one should ask when grappling with seemingly unresolvable personal issues. If you want to have an informed understanding of childhood trauma and how treatments have evolved, along with personal insights and revelations from America's favorite talk show host, then click buy now and find out how you might help children and adults overcome childhood trauma as a caregiver, parent or member of the community.