Trauma is defined as experiences of emotional, physical, sexual, spiritual, intellectual abuse or neglect a person has experienced. This results in reactions that are out of proportion in day-to-day functions. Lots of things influence the impact of these experiences. Age of experience, number of experiences and compounding of different experiences, who inflicted the experience all of this and more has a relationship with the social, cognitive, emotional and biological things that shape our development and coping. Not only is there post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), early disturbances in the security of the attachment system (“Developmental Trauma”), have major influence on how children and adults react and cope in multiple dimensions: expectations & perceptions, bodily experiences and biological responses.