Charles L. Whitfield Quote

1. Survival 2. Safety 3. Touching, skin contact 4. Attention 5. Mirroring and echoing 6. Guidance 7. Listening 8. Being real 9. Participating 10. Acceptance Others are aware of, take seriously and admire the Real You Freedom to be the Real You Tolerance of your feelings Validation Respect Belonging and love 11. Opportunity to grieve losses and to grow 12. Support 13. Loyalty and trust 14. Accomplishment Mastery, Power, Control Creativity Having a sense of completion Making a contribution 15. Altering one’s state of consciousness, transcending the ordinary 16. Sexuality 17. Enjoyment or fun 18. Freedom 19. Nurturing 20. Unconditional love (including connection with a Higher

Charles L. Whitfield

1. Survival 2. Safety 3. Touching, skin contact 4. Attention 5. Mirroring and echoing 6. Guidance 7. Listening 8. Being real 9. Participating 10. Acceptance Others are aware of, take seriously and admire the Real You Freedom to be the Real You Tolerance of your feelings Validation Respect Belonging and love 11. Opportunity to grieve losses and to grow 12. Support 13. Loyalty and trust 14. Accomplishment Mastery, Power, Control Creativity Having a sense of completion Making a contribution 15. Altering one’s state of consciousness, transcending the ordinary 16. Sexuality 17. Enjoyment or fun 18. Freedom 19. Nurturing 20. Unconditional love (including connection with a Higher

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About Charles L. Whitfield

Charles L. Whitfield was an American medical doctor in private practice specializing in assisting survivors of childhood trauma with their recovery, and with addictions including alcoholism and related disorders. He was certified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine, a founding member of the National Association for the Children of Alcoholics, and a member of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children.Whitfield taught at Rutgers University and was a best-selling author known for his books on the topics of general childhood trauma, childhood sexual abuse, and addiction recovery, including Healing the Child Within and Memory and Abuse: Remembering and Healing the Effects of Trauma.Whitfield was recognized for his sixty published articles and fifteen published books. Some of his works were: Healing the Child Within (1987), Memory and Abuse (1995), and The Truth About Mental Illness (2004).