January 20 – 24, 2020
- Understanding the foundations (including neurological, social, physiological, and psychological implications of trauma and attachment dysregulation)
- Phase-based clinical applications to promote healing and integration of trauma and attachment dysregulation
- Practical application of trauma processing activies
- Demonstration of trauma processing
- A variety of integrative trauma treatment tools and skills to enhance your trauma treatment toolkit
- Strategies to promote helper self care and prevent compassion fatigue
Location: Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
ATTCH is pleased to be offering another Winter conference series based on request on January 20 – 24, 2020 Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON. This comprehensive conference will cover the following topics and allow you to take your trauma processing to a deeper level:
Day 1: Foundations of Trauma and Attachment (core CTIP & CTIC training)
Day 2: Phase-Based Clinical Applications to Promote Healing and Integration of Trauma and Attachment Dysregulation
Day 3: Trauma Processing Experiential
Day 4: Trauma Processing Demonstration and Applied Practice
Day 5: Trauma Processing Demonstration and Applied Practice
Save the Date! Spring Trauma & Attachment Conference Featuring Guest Speakers
ATTCH is pleased to be offering another leading-edge trauma and attachment conference series March 30 – April 3, 2019 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. This comprehensive conference will give you practical tools to take your trauma processing to a deeper level.
o Strategies for Processing and Healing Grief with Anne-Marie Lockmyer
o Expressive Arts for Treating Grief and Loss with Cher Curshen
More topics and details to follow soon!
What People are saying about our certification and conference events:
Carol, St. Catharines, Ontario – The Trauma and Attachment Certification provided by Lori Gill is essential to any practitioner in the field today. The solid foundation and framework provided in the certification is fundamental to understanding many of our clients struggles in their lives today. The certification also provides great tools and techniques that can be used with our clients to provide the profound levels of healing that are required. The conference itself is also a wonderful opportunity to network with other professionals in the field. I look forward to the conference every year and have used the skills and knowledge gained almost daily in my social work practice.
Christine – Attended the 5 day trauma and attachment certification training and truly loved every minute. the information and psycho education was very helpful and the live demos of clinical process and experiential/role play was extremely powerful and helpful in integrating the new information and trauma processing. Thank you again Lori and the ATTCH team, Sue, and Lisa. A very healing and inspiring experience.
Danielle, Toronto, Ontario: “I’m currently completing my certified trauma integration practitioner training through ATTCH. Lori Gill, the director, is an incredibly gifted teacher. Her knowledge, intelligence, integrity, and compassion make her a rare and very bright light in the industry. I have been blown away by what I’ve learned! If you’re interested in learning the latest and most effective trauma therapies, I recommend their courses and programs without hesitation!”
Jennifer, Bauline, NL – Very informative, excellent take away and a wonderful presenter.
Valerien, Placentio NL – What an amazing week. I have learned so much for both myself and the children + youth i serve. i am very grateful for this experience. Thank you!
Seema, Ontario – Thank you so much for your warm and engaging presence and sharing your expansive knowledge with us. This training has been amazing, I have learned so much as a practitioner and about myself. This lens has truly shifted the way i understand those I serve and hope to support. It feels so right. Thank you so much for the opportunity to do the live demo. It was so experiential and different than I’ve ever experienced. Thank you for creating a space and presence to make me feel comfortable enough to try and engage in it. All the best.