The Years of Living Dangerously-Early Attachment

The Years of Living Dangerously: Exploring Early Attachment Experiences. The course  will cover the origins of attachment theory; Early Experiences Narrative; creating attachment; potential threats to attachment, and others.

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Presenter: Mary Gay, PhD, LPC, CPCS. Mary Gay, PhD, LPC, CPCS  is a Licensed Professional Counselor of GA in clinical practice since 1995 at the Atlanta North Center for Change in Roswell, which she co-founded in 2000. She received the Certified Professional Counseling Supervisor credential in 2013, (insert period) She has several years of experience supervising graduate interns and APC’s for licensure. She is also co-founder of the Southeastern Counselor Training Institute launched September 2019.

OBJECTIVE of the Training:

  • Identify the theoretical and neurobiological research underlying Bowlbys attachment theory
  • Attachment styles using established assessment tools.
  • Implications and suggestions for integrating attachment theory concepts into current clinical practice.

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