Are there any places? This could be a country, a city? It could be specific clinics. That stand out to you as being on the opposite, end of the spectrum. Room either highly effective or at the very least, more effective with addressing trauma. I have some information and data about what's going on in some of the European countries, but not enough to comment really, with any Authority. I think that most of what goes on in America ends up being a very low bar in a very formulaic, prevalence of care. There are exceptions. So for example, the bridge to recovery, which is a place in Peter, has talked about and I think is a place that really sets an example of how to be different. And of course, it's a residential facility. And not everyone needs to or can go to a residential facility, but that route of approach of really understanding the people and understanding developmental trauma, even if the reason the person is coming to care, isn't specifically the developmental trauma, but realizing that people are, we're all a whole. We're a whole person with our feelings memories that evolved in us over. Time. And so they do a wonderful job of looking at the whole person. There's a certainly not the only entity that does that including individual practitioners, but by and large, it is hard to find systems that will treat. Trauma, from a holistic perspective.
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