Offering deep relatedness from the very first session.
We all know what happens to a child when a parent is consistently unpredictable, frightening, or absent. That child often grows into someone who has a hard time being in relationships with self or others.
As therapists, what can we do?
According to Diane Poole Heller, an expert in trauma and attachment, therapy begins with a focus on the innate human desire to be connected to others. Starting there, we can help clients find their way back to meaningful, safe relationships.
This video is taken from our When Attachment is the Problem: Putting Attachment Theory into Practice Webcast series with Diane Poole Heller, Bruce Ecker, Susan Johnson, Daniel Hughes, Maggie Phillips, and David Feinstein. For a short time only, we’re making this 6-session Webcast series available for only $97. It’s part of our Spring Webcast Special.