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Attachment Webinar

With the latest neuroscience advancements and research in brain imaging, there is an increased awareness that the human mind can literally change the biological brain. Anchored firmly upon God's Word, RSM's attachment webinar sets forth key theoretical ideas in attachment theory and how the underlying neurological processes that promote brain change are fundamentally relational in nature, which helps to explain the connection between interpersonal attachments and the mind. 


Healthy reciprocal relationships are the cornerstone of being happy and living well. This webinar will increase your understanding of the dynamics of interpersonal relationships between humans, how attachment bonds start early with primary care-givers, and leads to life-long attachment styles. 

Attachment Webinar

Attachment Webinar

Attachment Webinar's Objectives:

  • Enhance your attachment knowledge and competency to better identify and differentiate between attachment styles

  • Build awareness for your clients' attachment styles and where it initially developed in childhood

  • Increase your understanding of early primary caregivers' impact on relational patterns and connection to others over the lifespan

  • Identify behaviors that contribute to a secure attachment and insecure attachment styles

  • Sharpen your abilities to see "what's in the room" when working with clients

Cost: $125

Time: Approximately 90-minutes​

Disclaimer: The rental is available for only a 24-hour timeframe.

Trauma Webinar

When trauma is experienced, it often cripples lives. According to the National Association for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, 60% of men and 50% of women will experience horrific events in their lifetime. Stress disorders are the most common mental health illness affecting nearly 40 million Americans annually - with an estimated 7 million adults suffering PTSD annually.  

Trauma: The experience(s) of physical, sexual, severe psychological, vicarious trauma, and/or men and women returning home from war.