Attachment Wounds and Healing: Exploring Accompaniment and Prayer

  • 10 Sep 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Zoom Webinar
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Presented by:  Robin Treptow, Phd., Anna Pecoraro, Psy.D & Melanie Pilon 

When:  Friday, September 10th: 11:00AM - 12:30PM Central Daylight Time  (US and Canada)

  • 11:00 - 11:05AM: Introduction 
  • 11:05am - 12:15AM: Lecture 
  • 12:15 - 12:30PM:  Q&A and Closing 

What: Attachment Wounds and Healing: Exploring Accompaniment and Prayer  

Cost: $45 for CPA Members, $90 for Non-members, $22.5 for Students/Clergy Members

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CE Credit: 1.5 CE hours for $20 are available HERE. This will be a separate purchase. Certificates will be available after the completion of this presentation. More information on this can be found HERE

Webinar Description: 

This workshop will present a review of Attachment Theory, as well as attachment wounds and their ramifications. Psychological methods for healing attachment wounds will be discussed. Faith and spirituality are important coping mechanisms for many people, and they are increasingly recognized as aspects of people's identity and diversity. Therefore, prayer-based methods of healing attachment wounds are presented. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Attachment is a profound emotional 'tie' between two people. In the parent-child relationship, children become attached to their parents or other caretakers. The quality of attachment is referred to as 'attachment styles.' These styles serve as 'internal working models' for future relationships.
  • Attachment 'wounds' occur when attachment styles are insecure. There are a variety of reasons for insecure attachments.
  • Attachment wounds can be healed through new relationships with people who are capable of interacting in an affirming, compassionate, appropriately boundaried way. Some examples include teachers, counselors, psychotherapists, scout leaders, coaches, clergy, youth ministers, spouses, etc.).
  • A good relationship with God can help to heal attachment wounds. There are ways to remove obstacles to people's relationship with God and help them flourish.

Target Audience: 

Licensed clinicians in mental health and other healthcare fields who help people with insecure psychological attachments 

Presenters: 

  

Cancellation Policy: 

Refunds will not be offered for this event, however every registrant will receive a copy of the recorded presentation and the opportunity to complete the home study and receive CEU credits at a later date. Any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to Mary Hanys at mhanys@catholicpsychotherapy.org for more details. 

There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program. 

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