Clinical Courses to Treat
Attachment and Trauma

Help your patients earn secure attachment and process trauma with our comprehensive online clinical courses that are eligible for CE Credits*.

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A Transgenerational Intervention

The impact of attachment disturbances is felt in all parts of society. Learn a proven method for helping your patients repair their disturbances:

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Attachment Disturbances

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Treat Attachment Disturbances

By Dr. Daniel P. Brown & Faculty

ONLINE – EARN 8 CEU

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Treat Complex Trauma

Faculty: Daniel P. Brown, PhD

ONLINE – EARN CE CREDITS

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Complicated Grief

Faculty: Daniel P. Brown, PhD

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Our Faculty

Learn with renowned mental health professionals

Dr. Daniel P. Brown, PhD

  • Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School
  • Award-winning author of 22 books, including Attachment Disturbances in Adults

Awards:

David S. Elliott, PhD

  • Co-Author of Attachment Disturbance in Adults
  • Faculty and Advisory Board Chair of the Int. School for Psychotherapy, Counseling, and Group Leadership in Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Former President of the Rhode Island Psychological Association Association
  • 2018 ISST-D Pierre Janet Writing Award
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Paula Sacks

Caroline R. Baltzer, PhD

  • Contributing author to Attachment Disturbances in Adults
  • Lecturer at Harvard Medical School
  • Attachment Specialist at a private practice in Massachusetts

Nigel Denning

  • Former board member of the College of Counseling Psychologists, a member group of the Australian Psychological Association
  • Registered supervisor for International Association of Applied Neuropsychotherapy
  • Vice President of In Good Faith Foundation

Treatment Based on the Award-Winning Book

A comprehensive treatment approach for the repair and resolution of attachment disturbances in adults, for use in clinical settings.

Co-Authored by
Daniel P. Brown, Ph.D. & David S. Elliott Ph.D.

Contributing Authors on Faculty: Paula Sacks & Caroline R. Baltzer

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What expert Mental Health Professionals are saying about our book’s treatment

Kathy Steele, MN, CS

Clinical Director, Metropolitan Counseling Services. Author of “Coping with Trauma-Related Dissociation”

Mental health professionals across disciplines will delight in the rich depth and breadth of this essential book, which seamlessly interweaves research, theory and treatment. Brown, Elliott and colleagues have written a tour de force that is surely destined to become an instant classic.

Onno van der Hart, PhD

Emeritus Professor of Psychopathology of Chronic Traumatization, Utrecht University

…An unequalled account of how far the attachment field has evolved since Bowlby’s groundbreaking studies of attachment bonds. It presents an outstanding, encyclopedic, and integrative overview of theoretical understanding, assessment, and treatment. All this leads to a highly inspirational and effective treatment model, consisting of three “pillars”.

Diana Fosha, PhD

Author of “The Transforming Power of Affect” and Director of the AEDP Institute

Richly comprehensive, precise, and wise, it is honed by real clinical experience, with step-by-step treatment protocols tailored to each attachment classification. This book should be required reading for all graduate students in clinical programs, be they clinical psychology, psychiatry, counseling, or social work.

Dante Cicchetti, PhD

McKnight Presidential Chair, William Harris Professor of Child Development & Psychiatry

Rarely does a scholarly work contribute to the understanding of the processes underlying attachment and its dysfunction while simultaneously providing a clearly delineated prescription for treatment. Practitioners will profit from the detailed clinical vignettes and researchers will gain many ideas warranting empirical investigation.