Healing Attachment Wounds: Building Emotional Safety

New! LIVE Expert Spotlight Training with Q&A

Healing Attachment Wounds: Building Emotional Safety
Discover how early attachment experiences influence our adult relationships and emotional health. Learn how to calm your nervous system and take simple steps to deepen connection in your relationships.

New! LIVE Expert Spotlight Training with Q&A

Healing Attachment Wounds: Building Emotional Safety
Discover how early attachment experiences influence our adult relationships and emotional health. Learn how to calm your nervous system and take simple steps to deepen connection in your relationships.
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Diane Poole Heller

Instructor

Diane Poole Heller PhD is an internationally recognized speaker, author and expert in the field of attachment theory and trauma resolution. Her signature approach—DARe (Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning experience)—provides therapists and individuals with relevant skills and practical exercises that facilitate healing from attachment and trauma wounds.

Diane’s training programs, books, lectures and work as a therapist have helped a countless number of people in their healing journey towards experiencing greater intimacy, wholeness and more fulfilling relationships.

She is also the author of three books: The Power of Attachment: How to Create Deep and Lasting Intimate Relationships, a practical guide to restoring and reconnecting with our innate secure attachment as adults; Crash Course, on accident trauma; and the audiobook, Healing Your Attachment Wounds: How to Create Deep and Lasting Relationships.

Her film, Surviving Columbine, aired on CNN and supported community healing after the Columbine High School shootings.

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Feb 28, 2024
11 am
 - 12-30 pm
 MT
Free LIVE, Online Masterclass

90-Minute Training

Healing Attachment Wounds: Building Emotional Safety

Summary

In this FREE, 90-Minute Live Training, you’ll learn...

  • The Link Between Your Attachment Style and Adult Relationships

In a brief overview of attachment theory, learn how early attachment experiences and adaptations (or styles) become the blueprint for how we perceive and interact in our adult
relationships—shaping emotional responses and influencing our
ability to form secure connections as adults.

  • Why Our Nervous System Becomes Dysregulated and How to Address It

Traumatic events and experiences can deeply affect our core relational blueprint and disrupt our nervous system. Discover why this disruption makes it hard to regulate emotional distress, highlighting the importance of emotional safety in managing these responses and restoring balance.

  • Why We May Activate Our Own Emotions When Working with Clients

Creating a safe therapeutic space for others often means strengthening your own secure attachment skills first. Learn how
to identify your own patterns and navigate emotional responses
to build trust, instill confidence, and work more effectively with
clients.

  • Experiential Exercises That Build Emotional Safety and Initiate Repair

We’ll share a few simple strategies and experiential exercises to try yourself—or share with clients—that promote secure attachment, support emotional regulation and safety, and support greater intimacy, fulfillment, and resilience.

 

PLUS, get instant access to a FREE GIFT when you register...

 

Adult Attachment Styles Mini-Questionnaire

Attachment styles (or adaptations) form from our earliest relationship and deeply influence how we connect and feel in our adult life.

This short questionnaire is an easy tool to quickly understand your unique attachment patterns in the context of relationships. It’s great for sparking personal growth or offering insights during client sessions.

Who Should Join Us?

  • You’re a mental health professional looking to integrate trauma- and attachment-informed approaches in your therapy practice, so you can create effective treatment plans the promote emotional safety and facilitate your clients’ personal growth and healing.
  • You want to learn the basics of attachment theory (and how the four attachment styles develop) to better understand how early childhood experiences—and trauma—influence adult emotions, thoughts, and behavior patterns.
  • You’ve recognized challenging emotional reactions or behavioral tendencies in yourself, or with different partners or situations––and you might benefit from exploring the ways in which you attach to people in different types of relationships.
  • You’re curious to know how to better navigate and communicate in ANY type of interpersonal relationship—including social, work, friendship, platonic, parent-child, or romantic.
  • You’d like to better understand your own attachment style to create a safer therapeutic space and learn how to combine the attachment framework with other modalities, so you can work more quickly and effectively with clients.

 

Register now for this FREE 90-minute training.

Tune in and learn directly from Dr. Diane Poole Heller!

Can’t join live? Sign up now and we’ll send you a free replay the next day.

New! LIVE Expert Spotlight Training with Q&A

Healing Attachment Wounds: Building Emotional Safety
February 28, 2024
11 am
 - 12-30 pm
 MT
MC: AMP1 (Feb 2024 masterclass)
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