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When Attachment is the Problem

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2 Responses to When Attachment is the Problem

  1. denisekirsop says:

    Diane, I truly enjoyed the webcast. I was wishing it was longer! I am interested in learning more of the corrective experiences you use. Do you offer this as a resource (book, class, etc)? Thank you!

  2. Dr.psycbt says:

    I really appreciated and enjoyed Diane’s presentation and would have loved to hear more on the topic. There was a comment toward the end re neuroscience and how to get one part of the brain in agreeing with another part and how to get nervous system regulated! Are there any books or resources that you recommend on this topic! Thanks a lot!

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