How parents of children with complex developmental trauma disorder develop post-traumatic stress disorder

It’s hard for most people to imagine how parenting can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder. Yet, to raise a child with complex developmental trauma disorder is extremely demanding and emotionally exhausting. Learn the causes and symptoms.

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As a summer intern, 23-year-old Alex Baalman had his hands full. To work with kids struggling from the effects of early abuse and neglect at the Institute for Attachment and Child Development (IACD) isn’t easy.

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