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Healing Attachment Wounds with Energy Psychology with David Feinstein

Attachment Theory in Practice: NP0028 – Session 6

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 Healing Attachment Wounds with Energy Psychology with David Feinstein

  1. Carol Mc Dermott says:

    From one ‘dinosaur’ to another, a fan first of the authors of the Great Books of the Encyclopedia Britannica, then more Freud, then the neo Freudians and on with the same influences as you, I was happily brought to tears with your validating comments. When I was in Graduate school at age 50, I was introduced to you lovingly by my group therapy professor. I have been practicing psychotherapy now for 20 years. My own therapy with a mindful therapist helped launch me in this gratifying field. Thanks for making this series available.

  2. Great presentation of a technique that is deserving of more such attention by the mainstream. New models often look ‘weird’ until they are shown to be effective andthen over time they look less and less strange. Thanks, Rich, for providing many with this golden opportunity to get a new perspective. Thanks, David, for your clear and confident presentation.

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