I want to say thank you to all of those who watched the previous videos in my free series on the Power of Attachment. This is the third and final video and will only be available for the next few days. And if you missed one of the previous ones, you’ll also have the opportunity to view The Missing Piece in Therapy and GPS for Working with Attachment Styles     

CLICK HERE:  The Power of Attachment


In the video I share 3 Myths about Attachment Styles, a deeper understanding of working with Disorganized Adaptation, and how through this work you can literally transform your client practice. 

You learn how to work with responses in the body, how to give the attachment system the right support, and how to excavate your clients’ core intactness while at the same time working with the wound. Watch the series here while it is available.    
CLICK HERE to watch this third video now!

Dr. Diane Poole Heller

In the video I share with you my own personal head injury story, as well as remarkable results in my experience working with clients. Below are some highlights:    

1.00 minute – The misconception is that Secure attachment is not accessible anymore after childhood
1:45 Danger of using the Attachment style definitions to label people
2:28  Our attachment system is flexible and creatively adaptive
2:47  There are even certain advantages in the attachment adaptations
3:49  My own personal path of healing
9:35  An inspiring story of healing a childhood trauma and returning to Secure attachment
11:25  It is typical of trauma that time stops at the moment of high-intensity impact
12:47 Feeling anxiety in relation to your primary Attachment figure. 
Be on the lookout and be sure to join my email list as we will open up enrollment for the training course for a limited time only. 
Thank you for joining me in this three-part video series on the Power of Attachment -I look forward to seeing many of you in the course.



One Comment

  1. Elaine Dolan November 1, 2014 at 1:16 pm

    Much finer wording- CREATIVE ADAPTATION. Thank you for your clarity and positive regard. Where do you think *authorities* get words like disorder?

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