San Diego, CA
Healing through Attachment - AARM Seminar
A breakthrough neurobiological approach to healing complex trauma in the body
Dates: August 17th, 18th & 19th
Time: 9AM to 4PM
Mental Health Practitioners and healers. While not a pre-requisite, some prior knowledge of attachment therapy, transpersonal psychology, guided imagery, family systems, cognitive-behavioral therapy, bioenergetics, TFT, EMDR, NLP, SE and other somatic approaches are helpful in understanding the AARM process.
Marina Village Conference Center
1936 Quivira Way
San Diego, CA 92109
Change the Body, Change the Mind
The Adult Attachment Repair Model (AARM) is an innovative therapy for addressing neural disregulation in the body. The AARM is based on seminal research and some of the latest discoveries in attachment theory, neuroscience and trauma studies. Drawing on principles from Attachment Theory, Ego State Integration, Bottom Up Processing and Dr. Stephen Porges’ Polyvagal Theory, the AARM is an effective modality for facilitating the release of trauma and re-patterning with vital sensory scripts in the body.
The Master Plan for Healing
According to Dr. Marion Solomon of the UCLA Neuropsych Institute, Attachment is the master key from which all forms of psychopathology are accessed. When we heal attachment disregulation in the body, all other pathologies follow.
Peter has devoted the past eighteen of his forty years in practice to developing this profound healing modality and breakthrough contribution to mental health. As he nears retirement, Peter is currently scaling back his clinical practice to devote his time to training other practitioners to use this tool in their work.
The Experiential Learning Environment
Please note. The AARM Training is an experiential learning process, both cognitive and emotional. The practicums and demonstrations in this training embody the true healing process accessing trauma and unresolved grief in the body. It is recommended that one have a therapy support system in place while pursuing this training.
Continuing Education Credits: This 3 day seminar is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886759652-9441) for 15 continuing education credits.
Continuing Education Credit Cost: $30.00
The Americans with Disability Act of 1990 (ADA) accommodations will be made in accordance with the law. If you require accommodations, please indicate your needs seven days before the events. We cannot ensure the availability of appropriate accommodations without prior notification.
Registration is based on the full series of (three) seven hour days. No partial attendance will be considered and no refunds will be granted for missed attendance.
Cancellations received at least ten (10) days before training are refundable minus a $30 administrative fee per registrant. Cancellations within ten (10) days of training are non-refundable and if within four (4) days are liable to a $25 cancellation fee. No refunds will be made thereafter. Please note, if you register and do not attend you are still liable for full payment. A colleague may be substituted at no extra charge as long as written notification is provided. The expense for continuing education credit may be refundable and tax deductible.