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Holocaust survivors mental health

Reflections on Becoming Your Best Self

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      • Includes bibliographical references and index.Has also been published as Clinical gerontologist, volume 14, number 3 1994--T.p. verso.

        StatementHaworth Press
        PublishersHaworth Press
        LC Classifications1994
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 85 p. :
        Number of Pages84
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        ISBN 101560246693

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An additional 25,000 headed to Canada. It is hoped that the findings will mean therapy will be more tailored on supporting survivors and their descendants Picture: Getty The trauma suffered by Holocaust survivors is capable of being passed on to their children and grandchildren, affecting stress Holocaust survivors mental health, emotion and learning, a study has found.

Hilde, left, leading a children's exercise class at Belsen, c1946. "People came up to me in tears — and recognition. Most of all, they had to deal with their parents, who had survived unthinkable Nazi torture to give their children a life free from it.

By 1978, fewer than two dozen studies of children of survivors had been published.

The Holocaust’s long reach: Trauma is passed on to survivors’ children

' And I was connecting with them. Goldberg believes that the innocent young Hilde Jacobsthal was lost for ever at that point. He said it was nonsense that she should have a part of his history, since his life and hers were separate. Why would they be more interested in my parents' history than they would be in their own? Judith Herman, the Harvard psychiatrist who in 1993 wrote Trauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence from Domestic Abuse to Political Terror, observed that "the study of psychological trauma has a curious history — one of episodic amnesia.