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P0041: Attachment Theory in Action

Learn how to best engage clients with avoidant, ambivalent/anxious, and disorganized attachment styles. Join Diane Poole Heller as she distinguishes between the four basic attachment styles and shows therapists techniques designed to offer clients an emotionally corrective relational experience.

Explore how to determine when a client needs attachment-based treatment in therapy. Join Bruce Ecker as he describes a three-step process, based on memory reconsolidation, that deals with symptom-generating emotional learnings and how to resolve them.

Learn how new research about mating and bonding can contribute to your understand of what secure, integrated sexuality looks like. Join Susan Johnson as she explores sexual problems and how they can best be addressed with clients.

As a parent are you overstressed or burned-out? As a therapist is your client’s child shutdown? Learn how to apply PACE (play, acceptance, curiosity, and empathy) to reestablish a more empathic conversation. Join Daniel Hughes as he teaches how to apply these skills and reunite parents and children through dialogue.

Join Maggie Phillips as she explores the latest research on the psycho-neurobiology of chronic pain. With this information you’ll be able to help clients realize the connection between past attachment issues and current chronic pain, increase their ability to self-regulate, and access greater inner resiliency.

Learn how to combine Emotional Freedom Techniques and other approaches such as acupuncture points and imaginal exposure in therapy. Join David Feinstein as he shows therapists how to neutralize the chart of unresolved attachment wounds and trauma, enhance clients’ capacity for self-regulation, and interrupt escalating patterns of reactivity.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email

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2 Responses to P0041: Attachment Theory in Action

  1. sbirtwell says:


    I was wondering what success, if any, has been found regarding treating low or no sexual desire in committed relationships through attachment healing?

  2. Angela Ray Smith LPC says:

    Excellent use of language and techniques to bring about linkages. I LOVE those ‘aha’ moments for my clients, too! Thank you for a very worthwhile session!

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