He was the first British psychiatrist to recognise the importance of trauma at birth and before birth in the development of personality.
During the last twenty five years I have attempted to prove, through experiential work and communication with international colleagues, the truth behind his many hypotheses of life in the womb.
The task has been to facilitate ways to help clients become functioning human beings in intimate relationships and friendships.
It is very possible the way we react to trauma as babies, infants, children and adults is the imprint of personality acquired in utero through negative and positive imprinting.
Another important question is how far back do we have to go in order to find the answers?