DARe Live Level 1: Fundamentals of Attachment Styles

Attachment & Trauma Mastery Training

DARe Live Level 1
Fundamentals of Attachment Styles
Learn the basics of attachment system dynamics, so you can get to the root of unresolved trauma to help yourself and clients address negative patterns that undermine connection and intimacy in adult relationships.
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Alicen Halquist

Instructor

ALICEN HALQUIST is a Licensed Psychotherapist. She has over 20 years experience facilitating and assisting in the training of the DARe model, as well as extensive experience integrating attachment theory principles of the DARe framework to clinical practice. Alicen has served as a Faculty Instructor and Senior Lead Assistant––supervising beginning to advanced training for Trauma Solutions.

Additionally, she is adjunct faculty at Naropa University in Boulder, CO. She has also been trained in Psychobiological Therapy by Dr. Stan Tatkin. Alicen’s approach integrates deep mindfulness––informed by Eastern philosophy, personal meditation practice, yoga, dance and creative arts therapy––with the belief that trauma healing can give us direct access to spiritual expansion.

$897/person

Enrollment Closes:

July 27, 2022
Limited to 75 participants

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Cancellation & Refund Policy

Full refunds will be given in the rare event that the workshop is canceled.

Enrollment for this event is limited to 75 participants. A refund––less $100 administrative fee––will be issued if a participant chooses to withdraw 30 days prior to the workshop date. After Day 30–– and up to 14 days prior to the workshop date––50% of the registration fee will be refunded. Please note that DARe Certificate Program Prepayment Plans are not eligible for refunds (you may simply reschedule your training).

When canceling within 14 days of the event date, no refund will be given.

Jan 27
 - 29, 2023
9 am
 - 5 pm
 MT
$897/person

3-Day Live Online Training

• Attachment & Trauma Mastery Training
• DARe Certificate Program

CE Credits:
 9.5 Hours**
Level 1 Course
Fundamentals of Attachment Styles

Summary

This foundational workshop for the DARe series of live trainings helps you understand the origins, patterns and dynamics of early attachment wounds, which are later “lived out” in our adult relationships.

You’ll gain essential skills you need to help yourself and your clients develop deeper connection, meaning, joy and intimacy in adult relationships by working to break unhealthy patterns, restore secure attachment and heal early attachment wounds.

The 3-day, online workshop blends didactic presentations, demonstrations and experiential exercises. Mental health professionals will learn how to apply and integrate attachment frameworks, techniques and corrective experiences to their clinical practice.

What will we cover?

  • How over-coupling dynamics in early childhood “family of origin” attachment patterns affect adult relationship patterns and behaviors.
  • How to identify and distinguish secure, avoidant ambivalent and disorganized attachment adaptations.
  • Which corrective experiences can help resolve fixed attachment patterns and emotional wounds.
  • How to restore secure attachment in a therapeutic setting more easily and effectively as you help clients repair and heal their early attachment wounds.

This 3-day training workshop will be held ONLINE using Zoom. All necessary Zoom information––as well as login credentials to the learning portal where you can access additional resource materials, slide handouts and recordings of the training (for 60 days) will be emailed to students before the training.

Learn more about this training or find out how to join the DARe Certificate Program.

Date/Time

Friday, January 27
 - Sunday, 29, 2023
9 am
 - 5 pm
 MT (each day)
Prerequisite: None

Note, this Level 1 training is a prerequisite for all other DARe or Attachment & Trauma Mastery training. All other remaining levels may be taken in any order.

Who Is This For?

Beginning to advanced clinicians and therapists who want to explore the origins of attachment system dynamics so they can apply attachment focused skills, corrective experiences, interventions and strategies tosupport and restore secure attachment.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain and describe three qualities of the secure attachment caregiver’s style.
  • Identify three parenting behaviors that might contribute to the avoidant attachment adaptation in a child.
  • Describe at least two characteristics of the avoidant attachment adaptation style.
  • Identify three parenting behaviors that might contribute to the anxious/ambivalent attachment adaptation in a child.
  • Describe at least two characteristics of the anxious/ambivalent attachment adaptation style.
  • Identify three parenting behaviors that might contribute to the disorganized attachment adaptation in a child.
  • Describe at least two characteristics of the disorganized attachment adaptation style.
  • Write one clinical corrective experience that may help a client return to secure attachment if they are exhibiting behaviors and patterns consistent with an insecure attachment adaptation (either avoidant, anxious/ambivalent or disorganized attachment style).
  • Describe how prosody (intonation, tone) by gender can be used to communicate comfort and safety to others in comparison to the use of voice in alerting others to threat.
  • Explain the importance of Stephen Porges’ theory related to the Social Engagement system and the correlation of threat extinction.
  • Using the results of a client’s Attachment Questionnaire, evaluate how the results determine their predominant attachment style.
  • Using the results of a client’s Attachment Questionnaire, evaluate how the results determine their predominant attachment style.
  • Identify two key areas that need to be tracked simultaneously when tracking an attachment wound.
  • Describe and explain how attachment adaptations and patterns can be fluid in different situations or relationships.
  • Name at least three ways to resource secure attachment for yourself and/or clients.

Continuing Education (CE) Credit Option

Do you need CE credits?

Licensed mental health professionals may be able to purchase 9.5 CE credit hours for this program for an additional fee of $89.

Course Level: Beginning to Advanced Practice Professionals

Target Audience: Psychologists, Social Workers and Other Licensed Mental Health Professionals

Continuing Education Credit is approved for the
following professionals**

**STUDENTS MUST ATTEND ALL COURSE HOURS TO RECEIVE CE CREDIT. Trauma Solutions is unable to award partial Continuing Education credits. Students will ONLY receive CEs for live training modules that they have attended all hours live online.

To be eligible, professionals must purchase CE credits by January 27, 2023. A Zoom attendance report will be pulled to verify eligibility.

To receive your CE credits, participants will need to complete the post-training evaluation. The post-training evaluation link is emailed out at 5 pm on the last day of training. You will have 14 days to complete your evaluation from the date it is sent.

Once you have completed and submitted the post-training evaluation, you can print the certificate or statement of credit immediately—you will also receive an emailed copy.

Also, a Certificate of Participation is available to all students at the end of the course upon request, at no additional charge.

It is the participant’s responsibility to check their individual state boards to verify CE requirements for this state. For detailed information regarding CEs, please contact our friendly Customer Support Team.

CREDIT INFORMATION

In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Trauma Solutions and CME Outfitters, LLC. CME Outfitters, LLC is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (AMCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Continuing Education (CE) credits for psychologists are provided through the co-sponsorship of the American Psychological Association (APA) Office of Continuing Education in Psychology (CEP). The APA CEP Office maintains responsibility for the content of the programs.

This activity is approved for 9.5 contact hours.

As a Jointly Accredited Organization, CME Outfitters, LLC is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved under this program. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. CME Outfitters, LLC maintains responsibility for this course.

Social workers completing this course receive 9.5 intermediate continuing education credits.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, although you’ve already pre-paid for any DARe Certificate Program courses you take, you will still need to sign-up and register for Fundamentals of Attachment Styles using a PRODUCT VOUCHER CODE.

If you do not have a PRODUCT VOUCHER, please contact our Customer Support Team so that we can verify your pre-paid enrollment status and provide you with the code you need to complete your enrollment

The live, online training for this course has been approved.

If you are a licensed clinical professional counselor or a licensed social worker––you may purchase 9.5 CE credit hours for this training, for an additional fee of $89.

CE credits must be purchased by the beginning of the last live session. Attendance will be taken to verify eligibility.

Upon completion of the program, you will be sent a post-training evaluation link, which must be completed within 14 days after the last program session.

Upon completion of the post-training evaluation, participants can print their certificate or statement of credit immediately––you will also receive an emailed copy.

We would love for you to participate in the entire training live, but if you are unable to do so, each day’s sessions will be recorded and uploaded to the course learning portal the following day so you can rewatch them at your convenience. However, course materials and replay recordings will only be available for 60 days after course completion.

Please note that, if you do miss part of a class, we are only allowed to provide CE credit for FULL in-person attendance at a training module or workshop. Participants must attend all hours to receive credit. No credit can be awarded for partial attendance or for those participants who make up the missed time by watching the replay videos.

Yes. Approximately two weeks before the live workshop training, we’ll send you login information to access the course materials in Kajabi, which is a central location that is your personal learning dashboard. In Kajabi, you’ll find the daily agenda, course manual, list of participants, demo videos, slide handouts and additional resources like exercises, handouts and worksheets.

Each day’s sessions will be recorded and uploaded to your personal learning dashboard, so you can re-watch them at your convenience. Additionally, the program materials are yours to download and keep in your professional reference library. The only thing you cannot download are demos––because we need to respect client confidentiality.

Please note, course materials and replay recordings will only be available for 60 days after course completion at which time you will no longer be able to access the training.

Please email our Customer Support Team if you have special needs and we will do our best to accommodate you.

As we do limit this workshop to 75 participants, group rates are not available for this training at this time. If you’re interested in booking Dr. Diane Poole Heller for your next podcast, conference or group training event, please visit the media page on our website and fill out the information form.

A limited number of partial scholarships are available for students enrolled in an accredited university––and for those in financial need. Reduced enrollment rates are also available for those with limited resources in countries defined as low and lower middle income by the World Bank. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

Full refunds will be given in the rare event that the workshop is canceled. Enrollment for this event is limited to 75 participants. A refund––less $100 administrative fee––will be issued if a participant chooses to withdraw 30 days prior to the workshop date. After Day 30–– and up to 2 weeks prior to the workshop date––50% of the registration fee will be refunded. Please note that DARe Certificate Program Prepayment Plans are not eligible for refunds (you may simply reschedule your training).

When canceling within 14 days of the event date, no refund will be given.

Do you have additional questions?
Please contact our friendly Customer Support Team

Limited to 75 participants. Enroll now to save your spot!

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