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Published on May 26, 2008
Developmental trauma is caused by "subtle" and seemingly "ordinary" or "normal" relational childhood events that most adults do not recognize nor perceive as being traumatic to a child. These "ordinary" relational events during gestation, birth and first three years of life, involve a loss of attunement between children and their parents— particularly with their mothers. These energetic disconnects not only determine how children's vulnerable brains and nervous systems will develop, but the quality of their adult relationships.