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As clinicians, we see patients who suffer with intergenerational trauma, internalizing their experiences and carrying them into their interactions with their own children. This form of intergenerational trauma perpetuates the original trauma, resulting in a deep sense of self-loathing and damaging the parent-child relationship.
Ending the cycle of trauma is critically important to both the parents and children in these scenarios. How can clinicians help their patients heal the cycle of intergenerational trauma through their relationship with their child?
In this presentation with Dafna Lender, through real treatment cases and clinical vignettes, you will learn about families with intergenerational trauma that were able to stop the cycle of disrupted attachment and how they did it.
This workshop is suitable for both clinicians seeking resources for their patients, as well as individuals looking to further their own understanding of the topic.
Evaluate and assess methods to guide adult (parent) to recognize how their attachment wounds may be inherited and stored in their bodies from previous generations
Describe three techniques for helping a parent interrupt the cycle of intergenerational trauma
Describe 3 techniques for enhancing attachment security between parent and child.
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