Trauma and Attachment Therapy: A Family Systems Approach
Thursday, March 10
8 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. (MST)
Register at: Nefesh.org
6 Continuing Education credits
- Describe the psychological, social, cognitive and biological aspects of trauma and disrupted attachment.
- Use the Life Script to assess and treat attachment patterns.
- Employ Attachment Communication Training to help family members achieve trust and security.
- Basic Principles – 60 minutes
- Core Concepts of Child Development – 60 minutes
- Attachment and Trauma – 30 minutes
- Therapy: Assessment and Interventions – 30 minutes
- Video Case Example – 120 minutes
- Questions and Answers – 60 minutes
Attachment and Trauma-Focused Therapy with Couples
Register at dianepooleheller.com
Trauma and Attachment Therapy: Experiential Interventions
4 One-Hour On-Demand Training Modules
Register at: essentialtherapytraining.com
Early attachment experiences affect the wiring and biochemistry of the brain, create core beliefs and narratives, and form the template for future relationships. Early developmental trauma (i.e., disrupted and compromised attachment) often causes depression, anxiety, shame, emotional dysregulation, somatic symptoms, and antisocial behavior.
In this webinar series, Dr. Levy, teaches you the concepts and skills necessary to facilitate positive change with clients who are experiencing trauma and attachment wounds. Via PowerPoint presentation and clinical videos, you will learn effective therapeutic techniques to help children, adults, couples and families achieve trauma resolution and develop secure attachment in their relationships.
Clinical videos will illustrate how experiential interventions promote change and healing regarding the following issues:
- Negative core beliefs, narratives and mindsets.
- Avoidant and anxious attachment patterns in children and adults.
- Trauma-related emotions, behaviors, cognitions and neurobiology (e.g., PTSD, dissociation and other survival coping strategies).
- Emotional and behavioral dysregulation (anger, impulse control, self-harm, aggression).
- Communication, problem-solving and conflict-management.
- Dysfunctional and harmful family dynamics (e.g., abuse, neglect, rejection, betrayal).
- Facilitating motivation and cooperation with defensive, controlling and resistant clients.