The new year is often a time that we think about fresh starts, making changes to aspects of life or ourselves that we are unhappy with or turning over a new leaf in the way we relate to those who are important in our lives. If you, your child or family, are stuck in...
In this season of giving as we approach the end of an incredibly difficult 2020, so many people are struggling with isolation and loss, economic uncertainty and even anxiety about where their next meal may be coming from or whether they will have a roof over their...
Each year, the American Psychological Association (APA) surveys people across the United States about stress. The 2020 survey reveals that stress from COVID-19, along with stress related to health care, the economy, racial issues and social unrest, climate change, and...
Thanksgiving will no doubt look very different this year. Smaller family gatherings, less travel and Zoom dinners may be the way we celebrate in 2020. But even though this year has been terrible for so many, one thing we can (and should) still do is feel and express...
After the twists and turns of 2020, we’re exhausted and stressed. Parenting while juggling the difficulties and uncertainties of life in a pandemic has been hard. For parents with a child who is not able to regulate their emotions and impulses, being at home...
Heal the Family; Heal the Child: An Experiential Therapeutic Approach
Attachment, Trauma & Family Systems Therapy
June 15 Experiential Interventions
July 13 Healing Parents Training
August 17 Attachment Communication Training
September 14 Corrective Attachment Therapy and Parenting
October 19 Facilitating Mother-Daughter Attachment
Registration information to come
What is attachment?
It is the deep and enduring connection established between a child and caregiver in the first several years of life. However, more and more children are failing to develop secure attachments to loving, protective caregivers. These children are left without the most important foundation for healthy development and are at risk for: