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Repairing Attachment Trauma Advanced approaches for deep healing and post-traumatic growth

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The deep-rooted nature of attachment trauma can have devastating impacts on our clients’ lives—causing distress on their internal emotions, family life, work environment and even the therapeutic relationship. Since trauma is stored in the non-language part of the brain, and the attachment wounds often occur before the clients even learned to speak, traditional therapy techniques are often ineffective at offering lasting healing.

Fortunately, decades of clinical research, combined with revolutionary insight from the field of neuroscience, have resulted in powerful methods to repair clients’ attachment wounds and promote post-traumatic growth.

Now in this transformative new online course, we’ve brought together three of the leading innovators in the field of attachment trauma (Janina Fisher, Ph.D., Lisa Ferentz, LCSW-C, DAPA, and Diane Poole Heller, Ph.D.) to share their scientifically proven techniques that have been built from some of the most powerful therapy methods available (including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy®, Somatic Experiencing®, Internal Family Systems and mindfulness).

Through unique experiential training sessions, step-by-step demonstrations and dramatic in-session videos you will discover how you can help repair the damage from long-held attachment wounds.

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