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2020 Trauma & Attachment Summit
September 30 - October 7, 2020
Designed to Heal: Strategies from Expert Voices to Treat Trauma
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  • Interdisciplinary approaches to healing trauma from 10 leading trauma & attachment experts

  • Practical tips and strategies you can implement with clients to reduce trauma-induced symptoms like fear, guilt, shame, PTSD, anger, or anxiety

  • Ways to practice self-care and strengthen your own healing strategies, so you can better support others – even in stressful situations

  • How to recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma in ourselves and others

  • A variety of tools, strategies and resources to help you adapt to life-changing situations, shift your mindset and emerge stronger than before

  • Compassionate insights to create ongoing conversations and help heal individual, family, relationship and community trauma

Discover how to recognize, heal and recover from the effects of emotional and psychological trauma.
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FROM DR. RICK HANSON
9 Downloadable Audio Meditations

Discover the healing power of guided meditation. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, you’ll gain new insights and discover how to embrace your worries, fears or anxieties to help your brain heal from trauma.

  • Steadying the Mind: Train your mind and brain to become steadier and more stable.
  • Warming the Heart: Connect with and explore compassion and kindness to increase openness.
  • Resting in Fullness: Let go of fear, frustration and hurt to find feelings of peace, contentment and love.
  • Being Wholeness: Experience accepting yourself fully, and become aware of experience as a unified whole.
  • Opening Into Allness: Create small shifts in perception to help increase awareness of the possibility of vastness.
  • Finding Timelessness: Sense that awareness is a field of possibility in which experiences flow.
  • Resilient Courage: Learn to feel assertive and confident when communicating with others.
  • Resilient Calm: When we feel anxious or threatened, it’s important to find a center that feels calm and strong.
  • Receiving Nowness: Learn to ‘let go’ while receiving the next moment and staying present in the midst of change.
Learning to Learn from Positive Experiences (Research Paper)

People draw on psychological resources such as grit and self-worth to cope with adversity, pursue aims and maintain well-being.

Previous research has identified environmental, physiological, behavioral and mental factors that can aid the acquisition of these resources. Mental factors that directly engage experiences of psychological resources (e.g. focusing on their personal relevance) have particular advantages, such as being applicable to a variety of settings and experiences — and subject to volitional control.

Such mental factors have the potential to increase the acquisition of psychological resources, yet to date, there has been no formal training in their systematic use. Consequently, the Taking in the Good Course was developed and investigated in a randomized, waitlist-controlled study.

This paper discusses the results both post-course and at a 2-month follow-up, indicating that training in the systemic use of mental factors of learning has the possibility of increasing gains from positive experiences… with implications for both formal interventions and everyday life.

Developing a Resilient Brain (Presentation Handouts with Notes)

A handy PDF version of Dr. Hanson’s Summit presentation, Developing a Resilient Brain: Recovering from Trauma & Growing Unshakeable Well-Being.

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, as well as speaker notes.

FROM DR. RICK HANSON
9 Downloadable Audio Meditations

Discover the healing power of guided meditation. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, you’ll gain new insights and discover how to embrace your worries, fears or anxieties to help your brain heal from trauma.

  • Steadying the Mind: Train your mind and brain to become steadier and more stable.
  • Warming the Heart: Connect with and explore compassion and kindness to increase openness.
  • Resting in Fullness: Let go of fear, frustration and hurt to find feelings of peace, contentment and love.
  • Being Wholeness: Experience accepting yourself fully, and become aware of experience as a unified whole.
  • Opening Into Allness: Create small shifts in perception to help increase awareness of the possibility of vastness.
  • Finding Timelessness: Sense that awareness is a field of possibility in which experiences flow.
  • Resilient Courage: Learn to feel assertive and confident when communicating with others.
  • Resilient Calm: When we feel anxious or threatened, it’s important to find a center that feels calm and strong.
  • Receiving Nowness: Learn to ‘let go’ while receiving the next moment and staying present in the midst of change.
Learning to Learn from Positive Experiences (Research Paper)

People draw on psychological resources such as grit and self-worth to cope with adversity, pursue aims and maintain well-being.

Previous research has identified environmental, physiological, behavioral and mental factors that can aid the acquisition of these resources. Mental factors that directly engage experiences of psychological resources (e.g. focusing on their personal relevance) have particular advantages, such as being applicable to a variety of settings and experiences — and subject to volitional control.

Such mental factors have the potential to increase the acquisition of psychological resources, yet to date, there has been no formal training in their systematic use. Consequently, the Taking in the Good Course was developed and investigated in a randomized, waitlist-controlled study.

This paper discusses the results both post-course and at a 2-month follow-up, indicating that training in the systemic use of mental factors of learning has the possibility of increasing gains from positive experiences… with implications for both formal interventions and everyday life.

Developing a Resilient Brain (Presentation Handouts with Notes)

A handy PDF version of Dr. Hanson’s Summit presentation, Developing a Resilient Brain: Recovering from Trauma & Growing Unshakeable Well-Being.

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, as well as speaker notes.

FROM NANCY DE SANTIS & RICK IANNUCCI
Two Bonus Video Interviews: Veteran Perspectives

Rick Iannucci and Nancy De Santis interview two individual veterans — Maj. Jeremy Best, US Marine Corp Iraq Veteran, an Lt. Col. Brian Ray, US Army Iraq Veteran — who speak about their individual journeys as they reintegrated home from war.

These powerful bonus interviews specifically address Post Traumatic Spiritual Dissonance TM and how whole healing, body, mind and spirit were the essential ingredients in the post-traumatic growth.

Each interview includes advice to therapists and what combat veterans want you to know, so you can maximize your effectiveness as you work with veterans, veterans’ spouses and their families.

FROM NANCY DE SANTIS & RICK IANNUCCI
Two Bonus Video Interviews: Veteran Perspectives

Rick Iannucci and Nancy De Santis interview two individual veterans — Maj. Jeremy Best, US Marine Corp Iraq Veteran, an Lt. Col. Brian Ray, US Army Iraq Veteran — who speak about their individual journeys as they reintegrated home from war.

These powerful bonus interviews specifically address Post Traumatic Spiritual Dissonance TM and how whole healing, body, mind and spirit were the essential ingredients in the post-traumatic growth.

Each interview includes advice to therapists and what combat veterans want you to know, so you can maximize your effectiveness as you work with veterans, veterans’ spouses and their families.

FROM DR. STAN TATKIN
15 Principles for a Secure Functioning Relationship

Therapists and mental health professionals know there are unique challenges that come with working from couples (and being a couple).

Quite often, couples go about their relationships without clarity on a shared set of guiding principles or “rules of engagement” during hard times.

Grounded in biology and anchored by attachment studies, this list of shared guiding principles gets couples started on creating their own agreed-upon principles that work for both people when faced with challenging moments.

Love is Not Enough (Presentation Handouts)

A succinct PDF version of Dr. Tatkin’s Summit presentation, Love is Not Enough where he takes a deep dive into the latest research and general principles to help couples create a shared vision and develop a secure, functioning relationship.

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, with room to take notes as you watch or listen along.

From the book, Wired For Love - Intro/Chapter 1

“What is my partner thinking?” Is a common refrain in romantic relationships. Every person is wired for love differently, with different habits, needs and reactions to conflict.

Wired for Love is Dr. Stan Tatkin’s insider guide to understanding your partner’s brain and enjoying a romantic relationship built on love and trust.

In this downloadable PDF, you’ll get an overview of the general principles — drawn from cutting-edge research — to help you understand what makes a relationship special, and how you can help yourself or others develop a more secure, functioning relationship.

FROM DR. STAN TATKIN
15 Principles for a Secure Functioning Relationship

Therapists and mental health professionals know there are unique challenges that come with working from couples (and being a couple).

Quite often, couples go about their relationships without clarity on a shared set of guiding principles or “rules of engagement” during hard times.

Grounded in biology and anchored by attachment studies, this list of shared guiding principles gets couples started on creating their own agreed-upon principles that work for both people when faced with challenging moments.

Love is Not Enough (Presentation Handouts)

A succinct PDF version of Dr. Tatkin’s Summit presentation, Love is Not Enough where he takes a deep dive into the latest research and general principles to help couples create a shared vision and develop a secure, functioning relationship.

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, with room to take notes as you watch or listen along.

From the book, Wired For Love - Intro/Chapter 1

“What is my partner thinking?” Is a common refrain in romantic relationships. Every person is wired for love differently, with different habits, needs and reactions to conflict.

Wired for Love is Dr. Stan Tatkin’s insider guide to understanding your partner’s brain and enjoying a romantic relationship built on love and trust.

In this downloadable PDF, you’ll get an overview of the general principles — drawn from cutting-edge research — to help you understand what makes a relationship special, and how you can help yourself or others develop a more secure, functioning relationship.

FROM LISA FERENTZ
When Psychotherapy Doesn’t Work - Why It Happens and What to Do About It (1-hr Podcast)

In this one-hour special podcast episode from her radio show Inspired Journeys, Lisa Ferentz explores the many reasons why psychotherapy might feel ineffective — leading people to terminate from the process prematurely, or to seek treatment elsewhere.

From “cognitive and emotional” baggage that some clients bring to the therapy process to the role that the therapist plays in rendering therapy ineffective…both therapists and their clients can benefit from this important discussion. You’ll come away with a better understanding of what does and doesn’t work in the therapeutic relationship.

Trauma and Its Impact on the Therapeutic Alliance (Presentation handouts)

A bonus PDF version of Lisa Ferentz’s Summit Presentation, Trauma and Its Impact on the Therapeutic Alliance, where we gain a deeper understanding of how therapy dynamics can trigger traumatic transference (and countertransference).

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, with room to take notes as you watch or listen along.

FROM LISA FERENTZ
When Psychotherapy Doesn’t Work - Why It Happens and What to Do About It (1-hr Podcast)

In this one-hour special podcast episode from her radio show Inspired Journeys, Lisa Ferentz explores the many reasons why psychotherapy might feel ineffective — leading people to terminate from the process prematurely, or to seek treatment elsewhere.

From “cognitive and emotional” baggage that some clients bring to the therapy process to the role that the therapist plays in rendering therapy ineffective…both therapists and their clients can benefit from this important discussion. You’ll come away with a better understanding of what does and doesn’t work in the therapeutic relationship.

Trauma and Its Impact on the Therapeutic Alliance (Presentation handouts)

A bonus PDF version of Lisa Ferentz’s Summit Presentation, Trauma and Its Impact on the Therapeutic Alliance, where we gain a deeper understanding of how therapy dynamics can trigger traumatic transference (and countertransference).

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, with room to take notes as you watch or listen along.

FROM MASTER MINGTONG GU
Qigong for Depression, Anxiety & Trauma and Healing for the World (Two bonus videos)

Join Master Mingtong Gu in these two bonus videos, where we search for new solutions during this challenging time of stress, disease and environmental crisis.

You’ll discover how we have a unique capacity to transform deep-rooted patterns energetically — and in so doing, become the healing agents for ourselves, our families, our communities and future generations.

  • Qigong for Depression, Anxiety & Trauma: Our emotions can be challenging, causing us undue stress, which is directly related to both health and life challenges. The Qigong perspective helps us recognize that our emotions are powerful and perfectly natural.
  • You’ll learn how long-held stress affects the physical body, as well as a new way to address our emotions energetically for a more healing way.
  • Healing the World: In a combination of meditation, sound and lecture, we take a powerful Micro-to-Macro healing journey. Not only do we help heal the world and reduce suffering…we begin to heal ourselves at the deepest levels.
Sound Healing Technologies (eBook) and Companion 3-Part Video Training Series

One of the main practices of Wisdom Healing Qigong is Sound Healing. And while this practice dates back thousands of years, our modern science is now validating that sound healing can, not only help you increase dopamine levels and improve the body’s natural healing response, but also help you feel more content, peaceful and confident.

In this eBook and three-part companion video series, Master Mingtong Gu is your guide to physical, mental and emotional healing that transforms depression, anxiety, addiction and trauma into health, happiness and love.

Sound Healing Technologies (eBook): Sound technology re- patterns the physical, emotional and mental/spiritual energy that is not flowing freely — and is experienced as pain and suffering — into energy that is flowing freely, bringing forth natural states of happiness, compassion, openness and clarity.

Video #1: Covers the nature of true happiness, emotions and their affect on the physical body, what happens when our emotional energy gets stuck — and how we can begin healing from emotional trauma to experience true happiness.

Video #2: In this inspiring video Master Mingtong shares his own personal story of healing and explains the “5-organ system.”

Video #3: In the final, can’t-miss video of this empowering training series, Master Mingtong guides you through a powerful Sound Healing practice for the heart to facilitate emotional, mental and physical healing.

FROM MASTER MINGTONG GU
Qigong for Depression, Anxiety & Trauma and Healing for the World (Two bonus videos)

Join Master Mingtong Gu in these two bonus videos, where we search for new solutions during this challenging time of stress, disease and environmental crisis.

You’ll discover how we have a unique capacity to transform deep-rooted patterns energetically — and in so doing, become the healing agents for ourselves, our families, our communities and future generations.

  • Qigong for Depression, Anxiety & Trauma: Our emotions can be challenging, causing us undue stress, which is directly related to both health and life challenges. The Qigong perspective helps us recognize that our emotions are powerful and perfectly natural.
  • You’ll learn how long-held stress affects the physical body, as well as a new way to address our emotions energetically for a more healing way.
  • Healing the World: In a combination of meditation, sound and lecture, we take a powerful Micro-to-Macro healing journey. Not only do we help heal the world and reduce suffering…we begin to heal ourselves at the deepest levels.
Sound Healing Technologies (eBook) and Companion 3-Part Video Training Series

One of the main practices of Wisdom Healing Qigong is Sound Healing. And while this practice dates back thousands of years, our modern science is now validating that sound healing can, not only help you increase dopamine levels and improve the body’s natural healing response, but also help you feel more content, peaceful and confident.

In this eBook and three-part companion video series, Master Mingtong Gu is your guide to physical, mental and emotional healing that transforms depression, anxiety, addiction and trauma into health, happiness and love.

Sound Healing Technologies (eBook): Sound technology re- patterns the physical, emotional and mental/spiritual energy that is not flowing freely — and is experienced as pain and suffering — into energy that is flowing freely, bringing forth natural states of happiness, compassion, openness and clarity.

Video #1: Covers the nature of true happiness, emotions and their affect on the physical body, what happens when our emotional energy gets stuck — and how we can begin healing from emotional trauma to experience true happiness.

Video #2: In this inspiring video Master Mingtong shares his own personal story of healing and explains the “5-organ system.”

Video #3: In the final, can’t-miss video of this empowering training series, Master Mingtong guides you through a powerful Sound Healing practice for the heart to facilitate emotional, mental and physical healing.

FROM DEANY LALIOTIS
The Floatback Technique (PDF Worksheet) and Identifying Distorted Self-Beliefs (PDF Worksheet)
  • Addressing earlier memories associated with current disturbances is fundamental to EMDR. The Floatback Technique is frequently used in EMDR therapy when clients have difficulty connecting their current problems to past events — and is a powerful and efficient therapeutic technique.

Use the procedural questions in this worksheet as a guide to connect present problems with past events, and help clients tune into all aspects of their current challenging experience.

  • One of the many byproducts of trauma is that — when disturbing experiences aren’t processed adequately — they are stored with the emotional and somatic components that lead to distorted conclusions about the Self.

Use this worksheet to identify (and address) these distortions as part of memory processing and generate a more adaptive conclusion about the Self that is accurate and developmentally corrective.

FROM DEANY LALIOTIS
The Floatback Technique (PDF Worksheet) and Identifying Distorted Self-Beliefs (PDF Worksheet)
  • Addressing earlier memories associated with current disturbances is fundamental to EMDR. The Floatback Technique is frequently used in EMDR therapy when clients have difficulty connecting their current problems to past events — and is a powerful and efficient therapeutic technique.

Use the procedural questions in this worksheet as a guide to connect present problems with past events, and help clients tune into all aspects of their current challenging experience.

  • One of the many byproducts of trauma is that — when disturbing experiences aren’t processed adequately — they are stored with the emotional and somatic components that lead to distorted conclusions about the Self.

Use this worksheet to identify (and address) these distortions as part of memory processing and generate a more adaptive conclusion about the Self that is accurate and developmentally corrective.

FROM DR. RICHARD SCHWARTZ
3 Bonus Training Videos:
• IFS In the World Today
• Overcoming Obstacles in Therapy Sessions
• The Transformative Power of Self

“Trauma itself isn’t traumatizing, it’s what it does to the parts of the Self that is.”

In these three bonus videos, Dr. Schwartz gives us a comprehensive overview of the IFS model, how IFS takes attachment theory inside the client’s SELF and how to honor the parts of the Self that did the “tough work” and move those parts into more creative functioning.

  • Video #1 – IFS In the World Today (The Basics of IFS)

– Background of the IFS model
– How IFS is different from other therapy systems
– Overview of the IFS model
– Goals of IFS therapy
– Inner vs. External Relations (how you see and judge others)

  • Video #2 – Overcoming Obstacles in Therapy Sessions

– Applications of IFS-based therapy
– Working with difficult cases (and Parts) in therapy sessions
– When your Parts “get in the way”
– How to know when your clients are in Self (or not)
– How to address the word – Part – with judgment around multiplicity
– How to deal with resistance to Unblending
– How to handle clients who deal with overwhelm due to trauma

  • Video #3 – The Transformative Power of Self

– The background and importance of discovering the Self
– What is the Self and Self-Leadership?
– Qualities of the Self
– How identifying the Self helps couples

Chapter (“The Self”) from the book, Many Minds, One Self: Evidence for a Radical Shift in Paradigm

From the book Dr. Schwartz co-authored with Robert R. Falconer — read an in-depth exploration of the history of the Self as it relates to the IFS model and the development of Self-Leadership in psychotherapy.

FROM DR. RICHARD SCHWARTZ
3 Bonus Training Videos:
• IFS In the World Today
• Overcoming Obstacles in Therapy Sessions
• The Transformative Power of Self

“Trauma itself isn’t traumatizing, it’s what it does to the parts of the Self that is.”

In these three bonus videos, Dr. Schwartz gives us a comprehensive overview of the IFS model, how IFS takes attachment theory inside the client’s SELF and how to honor the parts of the Self that did the “tough work” and move those parts into more creative functioning.

 

  • Video #1 – IFS In the World Today (The Basics of IFS)

– Background of the IFS model
– How IFS is different from other therapy systems
– Overview of the IFS model
– Goals of IFS therapy
– Inner vs. External Relations (how you see and judge others)

  • Video #2 – Overcoming Obstacles in Therapy Sessions

– Applications of IFS-based therapy
– Working with difficult cases (and Parts) in therapy sessions
– When your Parts “get in the way”
– How to know when your clients are in Self (or not)
– How to address the word – Part – with judgment around multiplicity
– How to deal with resistance to Unblending
– How to handle clients who deal with overwhelm due to trauma

  • Video #3 – The Transformative Power of Self

– The background and importance of discovering the Self
– What is the Self and Self-Leadership?
– Qualities of the Self
– How identifying the Self helps couples

Chapter (“The Self”) from the book, Many Minds, One Self: Evidence for a Radical Shift in Paradigm

From the book Dr. Schwartz co-authored with Robert R. Falconer — read an in-depth exploration of the history of the Self as it relates to the IFS model and the development of Self-Leadership in psychotherapy.

FROM DR. PETER LEVINE
Body as the Healer: Engaging our Inherent Wisdom (Presentation Handouts)

A concise PDF version of Dr. Levine’s Summit presentation, Body as the Healer: Engaging our Inherent Wisdom, where we learn about the importance of therapeutic presence and how the SETM model facilitates an organic unfolding and healing of embedded trauma patterns.

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, with room to take notes as you watch or listen along.

Introduction to Somatic Experiencing (SETM) Training Packet

As one of the pioneers in trauma-related research, Dr. Levine first developed Somatic Experiencing® (SETM) to address the effects of trauma. Somatic Experiencing® aims to help people move past the place where they might be “stuck” in processing a traumatic event.

If you’re new to Somatic Experiencing®, this packet provides a wealth of background material, including:

– What is SETM?
– Why it works and how it’s used in trauma
– The therapeutic process (and examples put into action)
– The objectives of SETM
– Which traumatizing situations and symptoms SETM works on
– How practitioners approach their clients
– How to become an SETM practitioner
– Additional resources on SETM for further education

Ray’s Story: Healing the Wounds of War (Client Demo Video)

In this video, we follow the compassionate healing story of Ray, a marine who had been injured by two explosive devices (IEDs) and was subsequently diagnosed with both severe PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Ray was brought to see Dr. Levine after developing chronic pain, Tourette- like convulsions, cognitive issues, and insomnia due to night terrors.

In a series of documented Somatic Experiencing® sessions – including Ray’s family — Dr. Levine demonstrates the power of SETM as a tool to heal the wounds of war.

FROM DR. PETER LEVINE
Body as the Healer: Engaging our Inherent Wisdom (Presentation Handouts)

A concise PDF version of Dr. Levine’s Summit presentation, Body as the Healer: Engaging our Inherent Wisdom, where we learn about the importance of therapeutic presence and how the SETM model facilitates an organic unfolding and healing of embedded trauma patterns.

You’ll get all the slides in the presentation deck, with room to take notes as you watch or listen along.

Introduction to Somatic Experiencing (SETM) Training Packet

As one of the pioneers in trauma-related research, Dr. Levine first developed Somatic Experiencing® (SETM) to address the effects of trauma. Somatic Experiencing® aims to help people move past the place where they might be “stuck” in processing a traumatic event.

If you’re new to Somatic Experiencing®, this packet provides a wealth of background material, including:

– What is SETM?
– Why it works and how it’s used in trauma
– The therapeutic process (and examples put into action)
– The objectives of SETM
– Which traumatizing situations and symptoms SETM works on – How practitioners approach their clients
– How to become an SETM practitioner
– Additional resources on SETM for further education

Ray’s Story: Healing the Wounds of War (Client Demo Video)

In this video, we follow the compassionate healing story of Ray, a marine who had been injured by two explosive devices (IEDs) and was subsequently diagnosed with both severe PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Ray was brought to see Dr. Levine after developing chronic pain, Tourette- like convulsions, cognitive issues, and insomnia due to night terrors.

In a series of documented Somatic Experiencing® sessions – including Ray’s family — Dr. Levine demonstrates the power of SETM as a tool to heal the wounds of war.

FROM DR. DIANE POOLE HELLER
Working with Attachment to Relieve Relational Trauma (Video Training Exercise)

In this video, Dr. Diane Poole Heller demonstrates three exercises therapists can use during sessions to support clients with attachment injury.

Dr. Heller provides detailed examples of practical techniques to help support avoidant, ambivalent and disorganized attachment styles — techniques that help clients move toward more secure attachment by embodying the felt sense of what their ideal experience should have been during early childhood (when attachment bonds are formed).

Somatic Strategies to Help Clients Heal From Trauma (Video Training Exercise)

We hold many traumas in our bodies. In this bonus training video, Dr. Diane Poole Heller demonstrates three Somatic exercises that improve and enhance embodiment and heal dissociation; create healthy boundaries or repair boundary rupture; and work for clients with overactive threat response by discharging arousal to improve their sense of safety.

FROM DR. DIANE POOLE HELLER
Working with Attachment to Relieve Relational Trauma (Video Training Exercise)

In this video, Dr. Diane Poole Heller demonstrates three exercises therapists can use during sessions to support clients with attachment injury.

Dr. Heller provides detailed examples of practical techniques to help support avoidant, ambivalent and disorganized attachment styles — techniques that help clients move toward more secure attachment by embodying the felt sense of what their ideal experience should have been during early childhood (when attachment bonds are formed).

Somatic Strategies to Help Clients Heal From Trauma (Video Training Exercise)

We hold many traumas in our bodies. In this bonus training video, Dr. Diane Poole Heller demonstrates three Somatic exercises that improve and enhance embodiment and heal dissociation; create healthy boundaries or repair boundary rupture; and work for clients with overactive threat response by discharging arousal to improve their sense of safety.

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