We appreciate the feedback we receive from the professional training we present to therapists working in an array of settings. To find training near you, see our event calendar. Here is a wonderful letter: “Years ago, I saw Terry Levy and Michael Orlans at the...
Dr. Terry Levy regularly trains mental healthcare professionals in the United States and beyond — and he often shares Life Script with them. This questionnaire, which Dr. Levy teamed with the late Michael Orlans to develop, is an excellent tool for starting...
Dr. Levy continues make an impact across the ocean in Japan and spread his expertise about attachment therapy where its needed. He was in Japan May 13-15 to visit Meiji University, Tokyo for their Attachment and Trauma Conference for mental health and child welfare...
Dr. Levy recently arrived back from Japan where he put on a series of seminars and reviewed and supervised the work of an attachment study group. His visit was so meaningful to those mental health workers in Japan, one of them, Akiko Hisa, wrote Dr. Levy on our...
Dr. Levy is headed to Japan soon to do a series of presentations and trainings on attachment and trauma, reinforcing that Evergreen Psychotherapy is considered a world-renowned expert resource in the growing and important study of attachment theory. The seminars will...
Attachment, Trauma, and Healing originally was published in 1998. Since then, there have been advances in the fields of child and family psychology, psychotherapy and the evolution of our work with traumatized children, adults and family systems. The second edition of...
Dr. Terry Levy travels the world to deliver professional training and instruction for general audiences. Here’s where to find him next. Visit our calendarfor full details:
Woburn, MA January 30 Waltham, MA January 31 Dedham, MA
Marietta, GA February 28
Albany, NY March 28
Springfield, MA March 29
Dallas, TX April 17
Plano, TX April 18
Oklahoma City, OK
May 29 Toledo, OH
Ann Arbor, MI May 31 Sterling Heights, MI
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: