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Attachment & Trauma Therapy Live-Online

Exploring Biophilia in Healing Attachment and Trauma

  • Starts Apr 26
  • 180 US dollars
  • Online

Available spots


Service Description

This online training program, guided by Krista Bajgier, delves into the profound concept of biophilia and its relevance in fulfilling our fundamental attachment needs. It's an exploration of how our inherent connection to nature can be a pivotal aspect of therapeutic practice. Key Learning Objectives 1. Understanding Nature's Role in Secure Attachment: Exploring how interaction with nature aids in addressing the five stages of secure attachment. 2. Environmental Neuroscience and Attachment: Linking the neurobiology of attachment with environmental neuroscience. 3. Attachment Styles and Nature: Analyzing client attachment styles and wounds through their relationship with nature. 4. Nature-Inspired Clinical Interventions: Developing nature modifications for attachment-based clinical practices. 5. Deepening Attachments: Crafting interventions aimed at strengthening clients' bonds with nature, the clinician, and themselves. 6. Clinician's Eco-Transference: Assessing the clinician's own connection with nature as a co-therapist. Curriculum Highlights • Nature as a Multisensory Experience: Discussing how nature engagement can reduce anxiety and sensory disorganization, enhance attention, and promote a calm state. • Cognitive Development and Emotional Regulation: How nature involvement improves sensory integration, emotional intelligence, and physical health. • Bringing the Outdoors In: Strategies for integrating natural elements into therapeutic settings, including natural lighting and animal-assisted therapy. • Venturing Outside: Emphasizing outdoor activities that foster attention, problem-solving, and creativity. • Inclusion in Nature: Creating inclusive green and blue spaces, accommodating diverse abilities and cultural backgrounds. Additional Tools and Ethical Considerations • Principles of Attachment Theory: An in-depth look at attachment styles and stages. • Evidence of Nature-Based Attachment: Exploring biophilia, place attachment, and Mother Nature/Gaia theory. • Neurobiology of Attachment: Understanding the neurobiology behind healthy attachments and attachment wounds. • Environmental Neuroscience: Insights into neurobiophysiological responses to nature and current research gaps. • Attachment Therapies: Overview of various therapies like IFS, EMDR, DNMS, NARM, ABT. • NIT Interventions for Repairing Attachment Deficits: Applying nature-based assessments and interventions for attachment issues.


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

CNIT reserves the right to cancel any event due to insufficient enrollment or extreme weather. If CNIT cancels an event, all registrants will be notified and all registration fees will be fully refunded. Full payment is required at the time of registration. ​​ Unless noticed differently for a specific event, 5 days' notice is required for a full refund minus a 10% processing fee if you need to withdraw for personal reasons. ​ NO refunds for no-shows or last-minute withdrawals (within 5 days of the program) ​ ​We appreciate your interest in CNIT events and hope to see you soon.


Contact Details

410-567-1117 extension 730

billings@cmhcweb.com

1010 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, MD, USA