Neurobiology: In utero and early attachment experiences significantly affect the wiring of the brain, because the young child’s brain grows more than at any other time in life, and relationships shape the developing brain. Lack of secure attachment and traumatic stress triggers an alarm reaction, altering the neurobiology of the brain and central nervous system. Traumatized children and adults often have impaired wiring in the brain’s limbic system and altered levels of stress hormones, resulting in anxiety, depression, and self-regulation problems. Effective treatment and parenting rewires the limbic system and reduces the biochemistry of stress,
Certification Training in Trauma and Attachment Therapy with Children, Adults, Couples, and Families
6 sessions: June 1, July 6, August 3, September 7, October 5, November 2
9 a.m. (MST)
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