Emotional Restructuring

Clinical Biological Perspective on Brain Involvement

Robert Moss & Christine Mahan


doi: 10.12744/tnpt(5)054-065

There is a growing awareness of the lifelong effects of childhood negative emotional memories on both physical and psychological health. In relation to detrimental physical effects, research has shown early adversity can affect susceptibility to conditions involving pro-inflammatory processes including heart disease. Early negative emotional memories have also been tied to fatigue in chronic fatigue syndrome and breast cancer. In addition to the known effects of those negative memories on depression, there is mounting proof that, when compared to those occurring in adulthood, negative emotional memories from childhood are related to more severe posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in older adults…

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