Transgenerational Trauma and the Aboriginal Preschool Child
Healing through Intervention This book approaches trauma from transgenerational perspectives that go back to the early colonization of Australia, and describes what that event has historically meant for the countryâ€™s Aboriginal population and its culture. This history has continued to propagate traumatically across subsequent generations. This book reveals the work underway at Gunawirra, a group in Sydney founded to work against transgenerational trauma in families with children aged 0â€“5.
Category:First Nations Subcategory:Professional/Educator Series:Trauma Author:Edited by Norma Tracey