Dr. Diane Poole Heller Presents

SECURE:

Healing Attachment Wounds for Individuals & Couples

An 8-Week Certificate Training Program for Therapists to Navigate Trauma, Attachment Styles, and Configurations in Adult Relationships

22 CEs Available for the Training

“Filled with wise guidance based on decades of clinical experience and scientific training, Dr. Poole Heller provides a wealth of clear, practical tools that anyone can use to improve their relationships and enrich their lives. With warmth, honesty, and a gift for teaching, she weaves together insights from Attachment research, neurobiology, and life experience to provide easy-to-use tools to connect more deeply to others and heal our hearts and minds in the process—creating a valuable resource for us all.” Ronald D. Siegel, PsyD

Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and Author of "The Mindfulness Solution: Everyday Practices for Everyday Problems"

Welcome!

For the first time ever, I have put together an extraordinary online training for therapists of all modalities, that you’ll find practical and useful when working with clients, especially if you see couples and those dealing with relationship matters.

It’s an all new certificate training called SECURE: Healing Attachment Wounds for Individuals & Couples that qualifies for 22 CEs.

I wish this course was available to me when I started working with clients on their relationship concerns. Our work as therapists gets so much easier when we really understand how to use Attachment in individual and couples therapy.

If you’re new to the study of Attachment, this is going to give you a strong foundation, with a special emphasis on couples therapy. And if working with Attachment is already part of your practice, this course will give you faster, quicker, and better outcomes by significantly developing and expanding your understanding of Attachment in couples.

And the power of this body of work is that you can apply it to ANY type of relationship… a romantic partnership, a parent-child dynamic, or even a work relationship.

Imagine having a decoder that clarifies the language of each partner…

Imagine having the knowledge to help your clients successfully navigate their relationships and find the lasting intimacy and fulfillment that we all so deeply desire.

The course will help you understand what happens when two Attachment patterns come into contact with each other… What impact does it have on each partner? And how does it affect the relationship as a whole?

We as therapists need to go beyond simple self-awareness. You can teach your clients the skills they need to create a relationship that fosters true connection and love on a deep human level. If you’re interested in learning how to guide your clients on their journey to transforming not only themselves, but also their relationships, I invite you to get all the details about what’s inside my new training below.  

I am excited to be releasing this program, and I look forward to helping you create meaningful changes in the lives of your clients.

With connection,

Dr. Diane Poole Heller
Founder, Trauma Solutions
Author, The Power of Attachment

P.S. Enrollment is only open for a limited time, and we will likely not offer this course again for some time (probably 2020)… I encourage you to take advantage of this brand new training before you miss your chance.

P.P.S. The certificate program comes with a money back guarantee, we offer a payment plan, you can get up to 22 CEs, and we have put together an incredible bonus pack! Check out all the details below.

“Learning how to deeply connect to ourselves and others is the edge of the human frontier.” Dan Siegel

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine

“Dr. Heller has a depth of heart, intellect, and experience that is rare and remarkable, and it shows on every page.” Rick Hanson, PhD

Author of Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness

Mastering Attachment in Relationships and Couples Therapy

 

You work with couples, so you’ve had this experience…

A couple is sitting across from you in your office, talking about the latest conflict in their relationship. One partner is clearly blowing the whole thing out of proportion, but he or she can’t see that. You, as the therapist, can see it. And the other partner can see it, too.

But just seeing it isn’t enough.  

What is the client really reacting to? How can you get to the bottom of it in a way that’s safe for both partners?  

And most importantly, how can you heal the wounds underneath this dysfunctional behavior so that the couple can break this cycle that brought them into your office?

Research suggests that as much as 90% of what happens in adult relationships can be traced back to the early Attachment experiences of the partners.  

Attachment theory gives us a framework to understand how early childhood experiences shape relationships. Diane’s Dynamic Attachment Repatterning approach builds on this understanding with concrete tools to change these deep-rooted patterns and bring couples into a healthy, secure way of relating to each other.

The bad news is that early attachment patterning has a huge impact on adult relationships, and many people believe that attachment is baked in from a young age and can’t be changed.  

But the good news is that many people are wrong: attachment can be changed.  

It’s in our biological nature to seek to return to secure attachment and there are simple, effective interventions that we as therapists can use to bring couples into a secure place.

Advanced Attachment Interventions

Why Knowing and Teaching Attachment Empowers Healthy Relationships

Many have taken the important step of studying the foundational theory on attachment.

But few move on to the next level. It’s essential to look at the different combinations of attachment styles and how they play out in adult relationships.

The four adaptations away from Secure Attachment are: Ambivalent-Preoccupied, Avoidant-Dismissive or -Fearful types, and Disorganized, meaning there are actually 16 different relationship combinations.

Here are a few examples:

Secure Attached Partner A with a Disorganized Partner B

Avoidant Partner A with an Ambivalent Partner B

Ambivalent Partner A with an Ambivalent Partner B

Avoidant Partner A with Avoidant Partner B

Our goal as therapists is to move partners back toward Secure Attachment. But this can be tricky… Each different relationship configuration will require different types of interventions. Each partner is perceiving the world differently in their relationship, and as a therapist, you help your clients navigate their life.

There’s no “one size fits all” treatment to heal a relationship. Knowing the combinations and looking at case studies of how each pairing plays out will give you the underlying code to help them navigate these troubled waters.

Who Will Benefit From the
SECURE Attachement Training:

Therapists

This advanced training teaches you the ins and outs of how to return clients to Secure Attachment in adult relationships. It has a specific focus to help therapists teach and empower their clients as they are in relationship with others.

Health Practitioners & Professionals

The understanding of Attachment is being used by all types of health and healing professionals as they navigate relationships in various environments. The course will empower you to identify and work with different Attachment styles.

Couples

Knowing your own style and that of your partner is the starting point for healing Attachment wounds and trauma. This course will help you use your relationship as a crucible to move toward love and Secure Attachment.

Diane Poole Heller brings us good news—a healthy romantic relationship is attainable, despite whatever Attachment wounds we’ve survived… Diane Poole Heller’s knowledge of trauma and recovery begins with her own hard-won experience, shared here as the inspiration for her life’s work. The exercises here helped me grow in love and understanding of my own and my partner’s Attachment styles and brought us to a new level of intimacy.
Amy Weintraub Founder of LifeForce Yoga, author of Yoga Skills for Therapists and Yoga for Depression

About Your Presenters

Dr. Diane Poole Heller (teach all 6 modules)

Diane Poole Heller, Ph.D., is an established expert in the field of Adult Attachment Theory and Models, trauma resolution, and integrative healing techniques. She is a trainer, presenter, and speaker offering workshops, teleseminars, and educational materials on trauma, Attachment Models and their dynamics in childhood and adult relationships, as well as many other topics. She has lectured and taught around the world as both a Somatic Experiencing Trainer and special topics presenter, most recently with her very popular DARe (Dynamic Attachment Re-Patterning Experience) series on adult attachment.

Patti Elledge (Teach 2 INTERACTive bonus calls) 

Patti Elledge is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) who has specialized in therapeutic application of neuroscience for 40 years. She has a broad clinical background in early developmental and attachment traumas, working directly with babies, children and families for more than 25 years prior to her SE training in the late 90s. Patti’s approach weaves strategies from the fields of interpersonal neurobiology, normal and atypical development, sensory processing, coherent narratives and somatic trauma healing techniques. She teaches Diane’s live DARe Modules and continues to have an active private practice and also provides professional mentorship to therapists learning somatic healing techniques.

Introducing…

SECURE:

Healing Attachment Wounds
for Individuals & Couples

An 8-Week Certificate Training Program for Therapists to Navigate Trauma, Attachment Styles, and Configurations in Adult Relationships

Here’s What You’ll Receive

1

6 Video Training Modules

Each week you will get access to a new teaching. Here is an overview of the six weeks:

  • Module 1 | Building a Foundation of Secure Attachment
  • Module 2 | Creating Safe Haven, Trust, Boundaries, & Regulation
  • Module 3 | Attachment and Needs: Secure, Avoidant, & Ambivalent
  • Module 4 | Attachment and Needs: Disorganized
  • Module 5 | Coming Back to the Present: Working with Encapsulated Child States, Memory, & Dissociation
  • Module 6 | Developing Secure Attachment Skills in Relationship

2

8 LIVE Interactive Workshop Q&A Sessions

Each week we will be hosting a live interactive teaching call with either Diane (6 calls) or Patti (2 calls).

3

Written Transcripts of the Online Training Videos in the Program

Each week, the training videos will be accompanied by transcripts because we know many people prefer not only to watch material, but also to have the written copy. You can download the transcripts and use them for reference and note-taking.

4

Access to a Private Online Therapist Member Community

I am thrilled that we have the opportunity to create an online community of people using this work. This will be a place for discussion, sharing, and support.

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

Here’s What’s in Your Training Curriculum

Module 1 

Building a Foundation of Secure Attachment

 

Every client who walks into your office has their original Secure Attachment system buried deep inside them. Bringing it back out is a matter of breaking Secure Attachment down into teachable skills. Module 1 gives you the skills that your clients can take out of the therapy room and into real life.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Increase the chance of sustainable well-being in relationships by 80% with one skill
  • Understand how early Attachment impacts adult relationships
  • Empower your clients by catching them doing something right
  • Use contingency, or the feeling of being understood, to heal relationships
  • Identify our own blind spots as therapists
  • Bust the Four Myths about Secure Attachment that stop you from successfully bringing your clients back to it
  • Use small moments of connection to create a larger impact

Module 1 

Building a Foundation of Secure Attachment

 

Every client who walks into your office has their original Secure Attachment system buried deep inside them. Bringing it back out is a matter of breaking secure attachment down into teachable skills. Module 1 gives you real skills that your clients can take out of the therapy room and into real life.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Increase the chance of sustainable wellbeing in relationships by 80% with one skill
  • Understand how early attachment impacts adult relationships
  • Empower your clients by catching them doing something right
  • Use contingency, or the feeling of being understood, to heal relationships
  • Identify our own blind spots as therapists
  • Bust the Four Myths about Secure Attachment that stop you from successfully bringing your clients back to it
  • Use small moments of connection to create a larger impact

Module 2 

Creating Safe Haven, Trust, Boundaries, & Regulation

 

Fear makes it biologically impossible for clients to improve their relationships. Help them build a basic foundation of trust as you learn practical ways you can create safety for clients in your sessions. Then teach them to create a safe holding environment for each other outside the therapy office, and watch their relationship transform.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Take your client out of ‘fight-or-flight’ by getting to the root of the physiological threat
  • Track the level of arousal of couples in sessions to help them regulate before they escalate
  • Change unconscious speech patterns that block couples from repairing their relationship
  • Uncover Attachment patterning related to needs and boundaries with simple tools
  • Address a client who is projecting their own Attachment wounding onto their partner without shaming the client or making them defensive
  • Improve relationships with the power of play
  • Increase the level of overall safety in their relationships through teachable skills
  • Bring mindfulness into the therapy room and into relationships

Module 2 

Creating Safe Haven, Trust, Boundaries, & Regulation

 

Fear makes it biologically impossible for clients to improve their relationships. Help your clients build a basic foundation of trust as you learn practical ways you can create safety for clients in your sessions. Then teach them to create a safe holding environment for each other outside the therapy office, and watch their relationship transform.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Take your client out of ‘fight-or-flight’ by getting to the root of the physiological threat
  • Track the level of arousal of couples in sessions to help them regulate before they escalate
  • Change unconscious speech patterns that block couples from repairing their relationship
  • Uncover attachment patterning related to needs and boundaries with simple tools
  • Address a client who is projecting their own attachment wounding onto their partner without shaming the client or making them defensive
  • Improve relationships with the power of play
  • Increase the level of overall safety in their relationships through teachable skills
  • Bring mindfulness into the therapy room and into relationships

Module 3 

Attachment and Needs: Secure, Avoidant, & Ambivalent

 

The health of a relationship depends on how your client relates to their own needs and the needs of their partner. In Module 3, we explore the ways that Secure, Avoidant, and Ambivalent Attachment impact people’s relationship to need.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Help clients with each Attachment style communicate their own needs so their partner can hear them, and quickly recognize and meet their partner’s needs
  • Resolve the common relationship problems of the frequent pairing of an Avoidant-Fearful or Dismissive and an Ambivalent-Preoccupied
  • Help Ambivalent-Preoccupied clients recognize and receive their partners’ affection so they don’t feel unloved
  • Identify what Secure Attachment looks like in a relationship
  • Create relationship security for an Avoidant/Ambivalent pair by teaching them how to overcome their core relationship challenges
  • Enhance the strengths that each Attachment style brings to relationships
  • Teach new communication skills to help Avoidant and Ambivalent partners avoid conflict and better understand one another

Module 3 

Attachment and Needs: Secure, Avoidant & Ambivalent

 

The health of a relationship depends on how your client relates to their own needs and the needs of their partner. In Module 3, we explore the ways that Secure, Avoidant, and Ambivalent Attachment impact people’s relationship to need.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Help clients with each attachment style communicate their own needs so their partner can hear them, and quickly recognize and meet their partner’s needs
  • Resolve the common relationship problems of the frequent pairing of an Avoidant-Fearful Dismissive and an Ambivalent-Preoccupied
  • Help Ambivalent-Preoccupied clients to recognize and receive their partners’ affection so they don’t feel unloved
  • Identify what Secure Attachment looks like in a relationship
  • Create relationship security for an Avoidant/Ambivalent pair by teaching them how to overcome their core relationship challenges
  • Enhance the strengths that each Attachment style brings to relationships
  • Teach new communication skills to help Avoidant and Ambivalent partners avoid conflict and better understand one another

Module 4 

Attachment and Needs: Disorganized

 

Unpredictable feelings and behaviors make working with Disorganized Attachment in a relationship particularly challenging. The natural impulses to connect and to protect oneself are entangled, causing confusion, dysregulation, and conflict. Module 4 is devoted to understanding and healing these clients so they can enjoy deep, long-term intimacy with their partners.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Uncover the origin of Disorganized Attachment and how it shows up in relationships
  • Identify why some people have inexplicable fear responses to their romantic partners as intimacy deepens
  • Help clients distinguish between their present relationships and their own past experiences being triggered
  • Heal Encapsulated Child states to make way for clients to access mature functioning
  • Intervene when closeness itself triggers clients into fear or disconnect
  • Untangle the Avoidant and Ambivalent tendencies of Disorganized Attachment
  • Conduct interventions for Disorganized Attachment in relationships
  • Teach clients to mutually balance awareness of one’s own needs and those of another

Module 4 

Attachment and Needs: Disorganized

 

Unpredictable feelings and behaviors make working with Disorganized Attachment in a relationship particularly challenging. The natural impulses to connect and to protect oneself are entangled, causing confusion, dysregulation, and conflict. Module 6 is devoted to understanding and healing these clients so they can enjoy deep, long-term intimacy with their partners.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Uncover the origin of disorganized Attachment and how it shows up in relationships
  • Identify why some people have inexplicable fear responses to their romantic partners as intimacy deepens
  • Help clients distinguish between their present relationships and their own past experiences being triggered
  • Heal Encapsulated Child states to make way for clients to access mature functioning
  • Intervene when closeness itself triggers clients into fear or disconnect
  • Untangle the Avoidant and Ambivalent tendencies of Disorganized Attachment
  • Conduct interventions for Disorganized Attachment in relationships
  • Teach clients to mutually balance awareness of one’s own needs and those of another

Module 5 

Coming Back to the Present: Working with Encapsulated Child States, Memory, & Dissociation

 

It’s time to get to the root of the relationship problems. In this module, we zero in on the core wounds that created these Attachment patterns, and the techniques to heal them so that clients can stop being stuck in the past and come into their present relationships.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Offer immediate relief from trauma symptoms in the very first session
  • Set the proper pace for healing trauma, help clients dealing with dissociation, and avoid making it worse
  • Help clients create distance from dangerous behaviors and freeze-frame threat
  • Move clients from passive reactions to threat toward active self-protective responses
  • Heal the injury of broken connections while restoring the capacity to connect
  • Reassemble and integrate fragmented memories of traumatic events
  • Set up a healing relationship between the client and their own encapsulated child states
  • Work with highly reactive clients to heal the trauma underneath
  • Teach clients the skills needed to regulate themselves

Module 5 

Coming Back to the Present: Working with Encapsulated Child States, Memory & Dissociation

 

It’s time to get to the root of the relationship problems. In this module, we zero in on the core wounds that created these Attachment patterns, and the techniques to heal them so that clients can stop being stuck in the past and come into their present relationships.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Set the proper pace for healing trauma, help clients dealing with dissociation, and avoid making it worse
  • Help clients create distance from dangerous behaviors and freeze-frame threat
  • Move clients from passive reactions to threat toward active self-protective responses
  • Heal the injury of broken connections while restoring the capacity to connect
  • Reassemble and integrate fragmented memories of traumatic events
  • Set up a healing relationship between the client and their own encapsulated child states
  • Work with highly reactive clients to heal the trauma underneath
  • Offer immediate relief from trauma symptoms in the very first session
  • Teach clients the skills needed to regulate themselves

Module 6 

Developing Secure Attachment Skills in Relationship

 

You can now incorporate all the knowledge you’ve learned to paint a picture of how Attachment theory helps therapists help couples. This module shows us what a healthy relationship is, how early childhood experiences keep people from having one, and how they can get there anyway.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Use the Attachment perspective on “codependence” and “interdependence” in relationships to heal clients
  • Balance Attachment with autonomy and differentiation
  • Help single clients find a good partner for their Attachment style, even through the haze of “love blindness” in a new relationship
  • Navigate the tricky, vulnerable period when Avoidant clients start to heal
  • Utilize the way the brain stores memory to minimize an argument’s impact on the relationship
  • Stop clients from returning to abusive relationships, and uncover what pulls them back in
  • Find each couple’s “open window” for transformation

Module 6 

Developing Secure Attachment Skills in Relationship

 

You can now incorporate all the knowledge you’ve learned to paint a picture of how Attachment theory helps therapists help couples. This module shows us what a healthy relationship is, how early childhood experiences keep people from having one, and how they can get there anyway.

At the end of this module, you’ll be able to: 

  • Use the Attachment perspective on “codependence” and “interdependence” in relationships to heal clients
  • Balance Attachment with autonomy and differentiation
  • Help single clients find a good partner for their Attachment style, even through the haze of “love blindness” in a new relationship
  • Navigate the tricky, vulnerable period when Avoidant clients start to heal
  • Utilize the way the brain stores memory to minimize an argument’s impact on the relationship
  • Stop clients from returning to abusive relationships, and uncover what pulls them back in
  • Find each couple’s “open window” for transformation

Plus You’ll Receive These Special Bonuses

BONUS #1: $250 Value! 

2 Live, Interactive Training Calls with Patti Elledge, a lead DARe Teacher for Diane

 

Bonus Topic 1:  How Attachment Styles Interact in Adult Relationships

Learn markers for identifying the styles, as well as tips for what can help each individual show up for more Secure relating.

  • How an Avoidant + Avoidant Couple differs from an Avoidant + Anxious Ambivalent Couple
  • What happens when two people meet, fall in love, commit, and then the relationship goes from “electrifying to terrifying,” because one partner has a history of Disorganized Attachment
  • A neurobiological understanding of each style, with helpful drawings

 

Bonus Topic 2: Debriefing Live Demos

We will review a Demo using DARe/AAR strategies for developing a greater sense of emotional regulation and connectivity. Themes to be covered include:

  • Looking At/Looking Away Treatment Strategy
  • Repairing Missed Connection and the importance of re-establishing safety
  • Left-to-Left Processing vs Right-to-Right Connection: when to use meaning-making and talking vs attunement and resonance
  • Tracking self and how to follow a person’s body cues as to what is happening real-time in your session
  • Live Question and Answer from participants

BONUS #1: $250 Value! 

2 Live, Interactive Training Calls with Patti Elledge, a lead DARe Teacher for Diane

 

Bonus Topic 1:  How Attachment Styles Interact in Adult Relationships

Learn markers for identifying the styles, as well as tips for what can help each individual show up for more Secure relating.

  • How an Avoidant + Avoidant Couple differs from an Avoidant + Anxious Ambivalent Couple
  • What happens when two people meet, fall in love, commit, and then the relationship goes from “electrifying to terrifying,” because one partner has a history of Disorganized Attachment
  • A neurobiological understanding of each style, with helpful drawings

 

Bonus Topic 2: Debriefing Live Demos

We will review a Demo using DARe/AAR strategies for developing a greater sense of emotional regulation and connectivity. Themes to be covered include:

  • Looking At/Looking Away Treatment Strategy
  • Repairing Missed Connection and the importance of re-establishing safety
  • Left-to-Left Processing vs Right-to-Right Connection: when to use meaning-making and talking vs attunement and resonance
  • Tracking self and how to follow a person’s body cues as to what is happening real-time in your session
  • Live Question and Answer from participants

BONUS #2: 18 hours of powerful content—$750 Value!

Relationships, Trauma, Attachment, & Neuroscience Trainings with Experts Terry Real, Stan Tatkin and Pat Love

As a special bonus, we’re offering the full recordings of a three-day conference including Diane and three leading luminaries in the couples therapy field: Terry Real, Stan Tatkin, and Pat Love.

This conference includes an additional 18 hours of teaching, demos, panels, and conversations between Diane and these amazing couples therapy pioneers.

This is a resource you can dip into at your own pace for information and inspiration whenever you need it, either in your work with couples or individuals dealing with relationship issues.

This bonus is worth the price of the SECURE: Healing Attachment Wounds for Individuals & Couples program all by itself!

This workshop focuses on neuroscience and its influence on forming Secure Attachment in all relationships: personal, professional, and romantic partnerships.

Therapists who work with both couples and individuals will benefit from this bonus offering that will help you integrate all your previous trainings in the field. It will enhance your confidence and skill in applying mastery of Attachment and trauma resolution with clients.

Practical Takeaways

  • Learn from experts and gain immediate techniques to help your clients develop healthy love and relationship skills
  • Live demos for each Attachment adaptation as they manifest in various relationship settings
  • How to provide difficult, but necessary feedback to clients while effectively maintaining your support role
  • Discussion panels featuring participant case studies for immediate benefit in your practice
  • Techniques to assist clients in developing interdependence in relationships
  • The role of the nervous system in Attachment regulation
  • Methods to wire the brain for love and contentment

BONUS #2: 18 hours of powerful content—$750 Value!

Relationships, Trauma, Attachment & Neuroscience Trainings with Experts Terry Real, Stan Tatkin and Pat Love

 

As a special bonus, we’re offering the full recordings of a three-day conference including Diane and three leading luminaries in the couples therapy field: Terry Real, Stan Tatkin, and Pat Love.

This conference includes an additional 18 hours of teaching, demos, panels, and conversations between Diane and these amazing couples therapy pioneers.

This is a resource you can dip into at your own pace for information and inspiration whenever you need it, either in your work with couples or individuals dealing with relationship issues.

This workshop focuses on neuroscience and its influence on forming secure Attachment in all relationships: personal, professional, and romantic partnerships.

Therapists who work with both couples and individuals will benefit from this bonus offering that will help you integrate all your previous trainings in the field. It will enhance your confidence and skill in applying mastery of Attachment and trauma resolution with clients.

Practical Takeaways

  • Learn from experts and gain immediate techniques to help your clients develop healthy love and relationship skills
  • Live demos for each Attachment adaptation as they manifest in various relationship settings
  • Providing difficult, but necessary feedback to clients while effectively maintaining your support role
  • Discussion panels featuring participant case studies for immediate benefit in your practice
  • Techniques to assist clients in developing interdependence in relationships
  • Discover the role of the nervous system in Attachment regulation
  • Methods to wire the brain for love and contentment

Our Esteemed Relationship, Trauma
and Attachment Experts

Stan Tatkin, PhD, MFT

Stan Tatkin, PhD, MFT

Does Your Relationship Come First? The Secrets of Secure-Functioning Relationships

Stan addresses:

  • What neurobiological and developmental research teaches us about relationships
  • How to maintain the “couple bubble” that protects partners from each other and the outside world
  • How partners can help each other recover from conflict and wounding that happens in relationships
Terry Real, LICSW

Terry Real, LICSW

Telling the Truth with Love

Terry addresses:

  • How compassionately taking sides actually builds more trust with difficult clients
  • How to teach couples the skill of being honest about each other’s shortcomings in a way that brings them closer together rather than pushing each other away
  • How women have changed in the past century but men haven’t, and what men can do to catch up so the relationship can thrive 
Pat Love, EdD, LMFT

Pat Love, EdD, LMFT

Bad Match, Good Match, No Match Thanks: Wise Counsel for Dating, Mating and Hesitating©

Pat addresses:

  • The difference between contentment and happiness, which one is a better goal in relationships, and why
  • Why empathy is down and narcissism is up – and what we can do as therapists to remedy this trend in our own clients
  • The three things clients look for in a therapist

BONUS #3: $400 Value!

The Advanced Attachment Client Questionnaire

 

You’ll get Diane’s in-depth questionnaires to help your clients quickly determine their Attachment style.

This bonus includes 2 Attachment Style Questionnaires, short and long-form, as well as private access to an online survey to help you quickly evaluate your client’s relationship orientation. These surveys have been developed and refined over a period of 20 years and are a tremendous tool and asset for your practice.

BONUS #4: $250 Value!

Attachment Styles Primer


In this mini-training we will do a review of Secure Attachment and the four adaptations. We will look at:

 

  • An overview of Attachment Styles and their specific wounds and gifts
  • How each Attachment style and adaptation develops in childhood through child-caretaker parenting patterns
  • How each style manifests in adult relationships
  • How to access clients’ original Secure Attachment in therapy
  • Techniques for beginning the process of healing Attachment wounds

Here’s Everything You’ll Receive

The Training Program Includes

6 Training Modules

8 LIVE Interactive Workshop Q&A Sessions

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Downloads, Transcripts, and Worksheets

w

Private Facebook Group

PLUS THESE BONUSES!

2 Bonus Modules

DARe to Connect Conference Recordings

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The Advanced Attachment Questionnaire

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The Attachment Primer

Total Value

$2997 

Regular Price

$1997

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$997!

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What Therapists, Leaders, & Coaches Are Saying

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; her skill, generosity and humility are refreshing and make me feel deeply appreciative. Thanks to Diane and her circle. Bob Barrett

Edmonton, Canada

Thank you for a wonderful training.  I learned so much and am already digesting and integrating the information you shared with us. As I had mentioned to you, I did my graduate research on Attachment and adult mother/daughter relationship (levels of self-esteem and depression) many years ago at NYU. Now after working as a clinician for over a decade and having attended the 3 days, it all makes so much more sense!

I so appreciate both the theory and the practice.You demonstrated and taught us so much that will help facilitate repair and re-orientation. I highly respect your work. It obviously reflects years of clinical foundation, experience and self-healing. The Attachment wounds/repair information is truly the foundation and, as you said, the pay dirt of our work. Having the opportunity to watch you in the demonstrations accompanied by the biofeedback was truly astonishing. P. Atkinson, LCSW-R

NY

This training helped me frame therapeutic work not only 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. L.S Arroyo

Grande, CA

Diane’s work has enabled us to work with the tender Attachment piece, with skill, kindness, and understanding. When clients experience it, they often say something like, “This is the work I have been waiting for. No one has held it with me in quite this way.” Diane has given us a beautiful way to meet it and to begin healing the deep and early patterns of our clients and of ourselves. Thank you Diane! Christina Morrow

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 Kelder

Chicago, IL

As a psychotherapist and consultant who specializes in trauma repair, I feel it would be out of integrity to continue my work without the knowledge and information I acquired from Diane. She is masterful at teaching us how to transform the lives of our clients and influence our own relationships toward more fulfillment. I see the power of this work in the changes it brings about in my clients on a daily basis and in my own relationships. Everyone interested in deeper connection and a gentle path toward healing should enroll in the Attachment Mastery Program! Alicen Halquist

Boulder, CO

What I do appreciate is what you model in your wholeness of all you are in what you do – The teaching, the business of it that you have created and promote, your thoroughness with all the information you provide, the organization and time of it all that you put in place with the support you provide, not only for all those taking the workshop but for yourself so you can do what you do best with apparent ease, and your inclusiveness of your team and all of us. S. Gross

Boulder, CO

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