Travis Wright's Analysis

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In this portrait, Travis Wrights documents the capabilities of a sixteen-month-old child named Goddess. He recognizes Goddess’s abilities of strength even when facing trauma and neglect. This child who has never laughed is Wright 's first client at his clinical internship during his graduate studies. Drawing on his work with Goddess, her mother, and her teachers, Wright explores ways in which these relationships help goddess learn to laugh. Goddess’s story provides readers with an understanding of how the consequences of negative experiences in early childhood affect children. In addition, Wright also provides a depiction of the potential for programs to help children move beyond traumatic beginnings to more healthy lifestyles. Wright then approaches

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