Book review: Relational Treatment of Trauma: Stories of Loss and Hope

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Toni Heineman Routledge, 2015 180 pages

Relational Treatment of Trauma: Stories of Loss and Hope

“Life cannot be lived without loss,” writes Toni Heineman in the opening of “Relational Trauma: Stories of Loss and Hope,” but “perhaps the most insidious loss for foster children is the continuity provided by a single person who keeps them in mind — the one person who can provide a bit of the certainty in a sea of change . . .

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