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Putting Attachment Theory Into Practice
Although Attachment Theory is widely accepted for its insights into early psychological development, therapists are rarely taught how to apply it in their day-to-day practice. After all, how can you help clients with attachment injuries that they may have acquired before they’d learned to speak or use language to organize memory? This webcast brings together some of the leaders responsible for the latest advances in developing attachment-based therapy to help you answer that question while expanding your depth, range and effectiveness as a therapist.
Join Diane Poole Heller, Bruce Ecker, Susan Johnson, Daniel Hughes, Maggie Phillips, and David Feinstein.
They'll teach you how to:
- Identify when a client is suffering from attachment-based issues.
- Assess more accurately your clients’ different attachment styles and how to best address each one.
- Better tune into the powerful nonverbal dimension of therapy, including both clues from clients and your own non-verbal communication.
- Create a safe environment for clients that enables you to establish a deeper therapeutic connection.
- Apply the principles of Attachment Theory with couples, children, and families as well as pain and trauma sufferers.
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All 6 Sessions Available Starting
Thursday, August 15th at 1PM Eastern
6 Leading Experts! 6 Information-Packed Sessions!
Presencing Secure Attachment
Diane Poole Heller, Ph.D.
Explore practical techniques designed to offer clients with attachment injuries an emotionally corrective experience. You’ll learn how to:
When Is Attachment the Issue?
Bruce Ecker, M.A., L.M.F.T
Expand your ability for determining whether a client’s problems are rooted in early childhood experiences or have some other source by:
Hearts and Bones: Attachment and Sexuality
Susan Johnson, Ed.D.
Deepen your understanding of what secure, integrated sexuality looks like and explore how to address sexual issues in attachment-based couples therapy. You’ll learn:
Getting Through to Shutdown Children and Families
Daniel Hughes, Ph.D.
Learn how to get through to difficult children as well as their overstressed, burned-out parents by:
Attachment Issues in Chronic Pain
Maggie Phillips, Ph.D.
Explore how to apply the latest discoveries about the connection between unresolved psychological trauma and chronic pain. You’ll learn how to:
Healing Attachment Wounds with Energy Psychology
David Feinstein, Ph.D.
Learn simple techniques for helping clients with childhood attachment wounds expand their capacity for self-regulation. Explore how:
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New Developments Are Emerging All The Time.
Explore Them With Experts Working At The Leading Edge.
Diane Poole Heller, Ph.D., an expert in Somatic Experiencing and the DARE: Dynamic Attachment Re-Patterning Experience model, is the author of Crash Course: A Self-Healing Guide to Auto Accident Trauma & Recovery.
Bruce Ecker, M.A., L.M.F.T., is codirector of the Coherence Psychology Institute and coauthor of Unlocking the Emotional Brain: Eliminating Symptoms at Their Roots Using Memory Reconsolidation and Depth Oriented Brief Therapy.
Susan Johnson, Ed.D., who helped develop Emotionally Focused Therapy, is the director of the Ottawa Couple and Family Institute and of the International Center for Excellence in EFT. Her latest book is Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love.
Daniel Hughes, Ph.D., conducts seminars and provides extensive training in the treatment of children and teens with trauma and attachment problems. His books include Building the Bonds of Attachment, Attachment-Focused Family Therapy Workbook and Attachment-Focused Parenting.
Maggie Phillips, Ph.D., is the author of Reversing Chronic Pain and the creator of a multimedia online program for professionals and those with pain conditions. Her previous books are Healing the Divided Self and Finding the Energy to Heal.
David Feinstein, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, has been on the faculties of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Antioch College. His books have won eight national awards, including the U.S. Book News Best Psychology/Mental Health Book of 2007.