DARe Modules 3 & 4
Now Offered Live Online!

DARe 3 – Neurobiology of Loving Relationships with Diane Poole Heller & Alicen Halquist

August 27 – August 29, 2020

• $775 Earlybird
• $850.00 after Friday, July 31, 2020

• $844 Earlybird
• $919.00 after Friday, July 31, 2020

In this 3-day workshop, professionals will discover groundbreaking, science-based approaches linking trauma, Attachment Theory, and relational behavior with elements of Neuroscience that enhances our capacity for deepening intimacy. You will learn to use valuable tools to identify specific attachment adaptations of your clients and distinct Secure Attachment Skills (SAS) they need to develop. Understand the social brain, ANS regulation, Polyvagal Theory, and social engagement that inform healing techniques to facilitate authentic autonomy and true mutuality.

In addition, recognizing Intergenerational Trauma helps us understand the transmission and deep impact of attachment injury and overwhelming life events. Help clients learn how NOT to pass on trauma by finding meaning, creating cohesive narratives healing their own injury, and the injury of ancestors.


DARe 4 – From Wound to Wellness with Diane Poole Heller & Alicen Halquist

November 16 – November 18, 2020

• $775 Earlybird
• $850.00 after Friday, October 15, 2020

• $844 Earlybird
• $919.00 after Friday, October 15, 2020

In this 3-day workshop, professionals will discover how to assist their most challenging clients to resolve the victim-perpetrator power wound, repair ruptured boundaries, and overcome the entanglement between the clients’ attachment system and an easily triggered threat response. Help clients return to their inherent core intactness and enlivening vitality as they embody new experiences that contradict the residue of unresolved trauma. This includes healing chronic threat responses such as fight, flight and freeze, disconnection, dissociation, flooding, fragmentation, and the hallmarks of Disorganized Attachment.

We will also focus on understanding “harmful empathy,” conflicted approach/avoidance strategies, releasing victim-perpetrator fusion and toxic interjects as well as understanding how to support therapeutic alliance by clearing severe trauma transferences.