Trauma

Video 2: Moving Forward In Time

In the first video, we explored how to speak to each attachment style with your clients. In this video, we'll look at some ways to help your clients move forward in time. Trauma stops time, and when clients have a trauma history, they may carry fears associated with the traumatic event for years after—as if they're [...]

Teaching Attachment: It’s a Human Journey

When I think about teaching attachment—I feel this way about trauma, too—it’s a human journey issue. I don’t know if you can be on the planet very long before something is going to hit you one way or the other, and it would be really helpful to know how to move through those things. There is [...]

Take Your Practice to the Next Level in 2015!

We all may know that we are neurobiologically designed for Secure Attachment but the critical question is: How do we help our clients return there if they did not hit the jackpot by starting out with it in the first place?  It is often said, it is much easier to learn a theory than to put one into practice. [...]

Transformation in a Parched Pear Tree…

I know Easter has passed, but the memory of that day this year has still so much significance for me – and the resurrection of a parched pear tree as a symbol of restored hope. On my way to Europe, where teaching for two months – and visiting friend and lovely places in between, to be [...]

Trauma and Memory, Dr. Peter Levine

reprinted with permission. Memory: Gift and Curse Chapter 1: The Illusion of Memory Memory is the selection of images; some elusive; others printed indelibly on the brain. Each image is like a thread … each thread woven together to make a tapestry of intricate textures. And the tapestry tells a story. And the story is our [...]