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Type A Trauma[edit | edit source]
Type A trauma refers to the absence of the good and necessary things needed to grow a healthy, stable identity. Type A traumas are the things that keep us from growing strong emotional and relational capacity. Type A traumas include things like: neglect, malnutrition, sickness/disease, lack of affection, etc.
History[edit | edit source]
The term was coined on Blossom.
Related Terms[edit | edit source]
Betagenic refers to systems formed from Type B trauma rather than Type A.