ITTI is an approved NBCC continuing education provider. ACEP # 6674
COURSE TITLE: ATTACHMENT & TRAUMA (AT)
DATE: March 2 – April 12, 2020
DELIVERY METHOD: 6-week online. Allow 2 – 3 hours per week.
CE HOURS: 13
COURSE FEE: $220. All course material is provided.
SECTIONS: Participants will be assigned to a section with no more than 15.
FACULTY OVERSIGHT: An ITTI faculty member will be assigned to each section.
This course is built around 6 weekly modules. Each module is presented as a narrated PowerPoint along with additional videos and articles.
Within each module participants are expected to participate in the weekly discussion.
At the end of each weekly module participants are expected to pass a weekly quiz with a minimum grade of 80% in order to advance to the next week.
Participants must complete the modules in the order they are presented.
Completion documentation will be provided after the 6th module.
This six-module online training will cover the following topics:
- The key components of Attachment Theory
- Attachment Research and four phases
- Attachment Theory expanded and it’s convergence with Interpersonal Neurobiology
- Looking at different Attachment Styles
- The impact of maternal deprivation
- Attachment Style and its relationship to resilience
- Epigenetics, Neuroscience & the Fourth Phase
- How the brain is directly shaped by interpersonal experiences, a deeper understanding of genes & environment
- The neuroscience of trauma and its relationship to the brain
- The role of attachment in the area of self-regulation
- Differences between an optimally functioning brain and a traumatized brain
- Psychoneurobiological Regulator: How developmental stress and trauma affects the capacity for interpersonal relationships
- Therapy & Attachment
- Attachment Style in Adolescence & Adulthood
- Distinguish between different attachment styles and learn how these styles impact adolescent and adult development & impact in treatment approach
- Principles of Attachment theory that inform therapy practice
- Perception of Relatedness
- Experiences that facilitate positive youth bonding
- Earned security
- Models of treatment & direction for the future