DARe is a series of groundbreaking
somatic Adult Attachment workshops for therapists.
Created by Diane Poole Heller, Ph.D.
Learn essential skills to help your clients develop stronger and more Secure Attachment Styles, resulting in more joyful and happy adult relationships.
These inspiring workshops on Adult Attachment provide practical applications and strategies to confidently address your clients’ Attachment Style. Brought to you by Trauma Solutions.
Online Training and Certificate Program
DARe 1 – Healing Early Attachment Wounds
Learn effective approaches to healing childhood wounds with essential body based tools that help clients enjoy fulfilling relationships.
DARe 2 – Creating Healthy Adult Relationships
Are you ready to discover how you can have deeper communication, more joy and longer lasting love in your adult relationship?
DARe 3 – The Neurobiology of Loving Relationships
Learn an exciting groundbreaking approach integrating interpersonal neurobiology and adult attachment theory.
DARe 4 – From Wound to Wellness: Excavating Core Intactness, Power and Resiliency
Master Diane’s resiliency based model for integrating fragmented, disorganized and dissociative states.
SAVE THE DATE – April 7-9, 2017
DARe To Connect Conference / Thrive! Trauma, Attachment & Neuroscience
Millennium Harvest Hotel Boulder, CO
Find Out Your Attachment Style
What People are Saying:
“It has helped me understand my clients and know what to do when there are breeches in attunement. Invaluable for working with Trauma, Addiction, and Axis II clients.” – Sarah Keider, Chicago
“Diane’s demos are amazing. The most powerful and rewarding learning experience for being present with clients and also amazingly healing personally. It is true as Diane says that if attachment and trauma are present, attachment issues need to be addressed first – safety and recovery from that are so helpful for the rest of the work.” – Nina Allred, Sandy Hook, CT
“A privilege to be in Diane’s presence and exposed to the experience she organized for us. I experienced surprising insights, learning and inspiration during this training; I have lots of experience with leaders and teachers. Diane manifests love of people, good humor, professionalism; skill, generosity, and humility are refreshing and make me feel deeply appreciative. Thanks to Diane and her circle.” – Bob Barrett, Edmonton, Canada
“Diane has been a professional role model for me for years. She is compassionate, caring, supportive and so committed to teaching. Diane is beautiful both inside and outside. I personally gain from her patience. Because of Diane’s big heart, sometimes I wonder if she works too hard. (Just a thought). I am deeply grateful to Diane and all her staff for all the work and thoughtful treats included in this training. Thank you for all your hard work!” – L.S., Arroyo Grande, CA
“This training helped me frame therapeutic work within an individual but all the way into large systems-the organization. “All the world over we are affected by our abilities and disabilities to connect. This work is how to heal and reform corrections at whatever level, within ourselves, families, and work places, so we can be our best, solo or together.” – Ann Weatherley, Boulder, CO
“Diane’s knowledge is deep and her breadth of understanding of the human condition is exquisite!” – Therapist, New York
“The material was so well presented – very clear, well organized. The addition of the manual is really great and helpful and I will continue to refer to it. The attachment module was relevant to clinical practice and Diane is particularly good at providing links between the didactic and clinical application.” – Anonymous
“The exercises were great! The specific clinical SE ways of working with the different types of attachment was revealing and transformative. There were very clear explanations of attachment styles and dynamics of what happens as the person separates from the wound pattern. What wonderful work you are bringing to the world!” – A. Morris
“I liked Diane’s awareness of the larger picture, the larger outcome of spiritual wholeness and maturity, and her frequent reference to this. Her clear statement of how our (therapists’) own Attachment experiences and how effectively we re-patterning these can support the relational field with our clients. This was a sweet, powerful weekend!” – M. Bojourno