The Four Faces Of Shame: Withdrawal, Attack Self, Avoidance, Attack Other – Healing Attachment Wounds

Embark on a transformative journey with renowned experts Martin Dorahy, PhD, and Naomi Halpern. In this groundbreaking online course, they unravel the intricate dynamics of shame and its profound connection to attachment trauma.

Shame, often intertwined with dissociation, becomes a formidable barrier in therapeutic settings. Yet, it serves as a protective shield against overwhelming emotions, complicating the healing process. Dorahy and Halpern delve into the four facets of shame – withdrawal, self-attack, avoidance, and other-attack – shedding light on their manifestations and therapeutic implications.

Drawing from extensive clinical experience, the instructors present compelling case studies to illustrate effective therapeutic approaches. Participants will gain invaluable insights into shame's role in regulating affect states and its association with childhood defenses. Moreover, they'll learn to identify and address the activation of ambivalent attachment patterns, empowering clients to transcend shame-based defenses.

Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of trauma and enhance your therapeutic toolkit. Join Dorahy and Halpern as they guide you towards profound insights and practical strategies for healing attachment wounds.

Enroll now to unlock the transformative potential of shame-aware therapy.

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