The Neurobiology of Attachment

Why can trauma be so devastating for our clients’ relationships? The answer could lie in the brain.

That’s why our friends at NICABM will be looking at the neurobiology of attachment in Session 2 of the Treating Trauma Master Series.

It’s free to watch every session of this 5-part series at the time of broadcast – you just have to sign up here.

In this session, you’ll hear from Dan Siegel, MD; Pat Ogden, PhD; Allan Schore, PhD; Bessel van der Kolk, MD; and Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD.

Last week a record number of practitioners, from all over the word, attended these free sessions. 18,827 viewers tuned in from 95 countries. In fact, there were over 1,000 participants from Australia alone; 96 from South Africa; 79 from Romania, and even some viewers from Bhutan and Sierra Leone.

Session 2 is about to get underway, so here’s the agenda:

  • How to Build Secure Attachment After Trauma (Even When the Client Has Never Felt Safe with Another Person)
  • What Many Practitioners Misunderstand When Helping a Person Feel Safe
  • What Happens in the Brain When an Unhealthy Attachment Bond Forms
  • The Common Brain Bias That Could Break Attunement with Your Client
  • How to Work with the Body to Reverse the Feeling of Victimhood

This session is starting soon, so you might want to check it out right away. Here’s the link again where you can sign up for the free broadcast.

Sincerely,
Norm

PS:
You can watch all 5 of the Trauma series modules for free at the time of broadcast. Or, to keep every session in the series, plus lots of bonuses, consider signing up for a Gold Subscription.

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