WellWriting for Health After Trauma and Abuse: Five WellWriting Ways to Regain Your Health and Life


 

Ellen H Taliaferro, MD

Reviewed by Vincent J Felitti, MD

Summer 2006 - Volume 10 Number 2

https://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/05-148

An insight into the purpose of this unusual book is provided by the Swiss psychoanalyst, Alice Miller, in her observation, "The truth about childhood is stored up in our bodies .... Our intellects can be deceived, our feelings manipulated, our perceptions confused, and our bodies tricked with medication. But someday our body will present its bill ..."1 WellWriting is a book designed to help difficult patients and, indirectly, their doctors.

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