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Message ID: 8454
Date: 2010-02-15

Author:Christine Deyss

Subject:RE: Parents' Trauma and Bonding

Primarilly interested in parents' childhood trauma/ACEs in relation to bonding/attachment with their own children. But research on adult trauma, e.g. PTSD in relation to bonding/attachment would also be of interest. Thank you, Christine Deyss Prevent Child Abuse New York >Do you mean unresolved childhood trauma and/or or unresolved ACEs? >Are you referring to transgenerational transmission of unresolved >childhood trauma and/or unresolved insecure attachment? If so, I >would myself be very interested in the state-of-the-art on this. By >the way, some authors use the term intergenerational transmission, >but in my view (I am not a native speaker though) this would imply a >two-way transmission rather than transmission from the 'parent >generation' to the 'child generation' and so on (until the cycle is >broken). > >Thank you. >Kind regards, >Jan CM Willems > >Children's Rights and Human Development >Maastricht University, The Netherlands > >-----Original Message----- >From: bounce-5286733-11251060@list.cornell.edu >[mailto:bounce-5286733-11251060@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of >Christine Deyss >Sent: vrijdag 12 februari 2010 23:19 >To: Child Maltreatment Researchers >Subject: Parents' Trauma and Bonding > >Could anyone direct me to research on how trauma in a parent affects >their ability to bond with their own children? > >Thank you, >-- >Christine Deyss >Executive Director >Prevent Child Abuse New York, Inc. >518-445-1273 >www.preventchildabuseny.org

Primarilly interested in parents' childhood trauma/ACEs in relation to bonding/attachment with their own children. But research on adult trauma, e.g. PTSD in relation to bonding/attachment would also be of interest. Thank you, Christine Deyss Prevent Child Abuse New York >Do you mean unresolved childhood trauma and/or or unresolved ACEs? >Are you referring to transgenerational transmission of unresolved >childhood trauma and/or unresolved insecure attachment? If so, I >would myself be very interested in the state-of-the-art on this. By >the way, some authors use the term intergenerational transmission, >but in my view (I am not a native speaker though) this would imply a >two-way transmission rather than transmission from the 'parent >generation' to the 'child generation' and so on (until the cycle is >broken). > >Thank you. >Kind regards, >Jan CM Willems > >Children's Rights and Human Development >Maastricht University, The Netherlands > >-----Original Message----- >From: bounce-5286733-11251060list.cornell.edu >[mailto:bounce-5286733-11251060list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of >Christine Deyss >Sent: vrijdag 12 februari 2010 23:19 >To: Child Maltreatment Researchers >Subject: Parents' Trauma and Bonding > >Could anyone direct me to research on how trauma in a parent affects >their ability to bond with their own children? > >Thank you, >-- >Christine Deyss >Executive Director >Prevent Child Abuse New York, Inc. >518-445-1273 >www.preventchildabuseny.org