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June 23, 2020
Karen welcomes Mark Vander Ley, Ph.D, LCPC, to the show for part one of their two part conversation about how attachment theory relates to fatherhood. Mark Vander Ley Ph.D., LCPC is the owner of Connections Family Counseling, LLC a group counseling practice focused on building resilient kids, strong marriages, and connected families.  He is also clinical faculty in Adams State University’s Master of Counseling Program.  Mark has been working with children and families for 20 years serving as direct care staff, youth pastor, therapist, and clinical supervisor.  He is particularly passionate about fatherhood and the role of fathers in their childrens’ physical, emotional, and spiritual development.  Mark writes about fatherhood on his blog www.parentingboysraisingmen.com and is the host and producer of  The Connected Family podcast.  In his free time you will find Mark running, reading, and exploring the family farm with his wife and four children.
June 16, 2020
Karen welcomes Mark Vander Ley, Ph.D, LCPC, to the show for part one of their two part conversation about how attachment theory relates to fatherhood. Part two of the conversation will be released on Tuesday, June 23rd. Mark Vander Ley Ph.D., LCPC is the owner of Connections Family Counseling, LLC a group counseling practice focused on building resilient kids, strong marriages, and connected families.  He is also clinical faculty in Adams State University’s Master of Counseling Program.  Mark has been working with children and families for 20 years serving as direct care staff, youth pastor, therapist, and clinical supervisor.  He is particularly passionate about fatherhood and the role of fathers in their childrens’ physical, emotional, and spiritual development.  Mark writes about fatherhood on his blog www.parentingboysraisingmen.com and is the host and producer of  The Connected Family podcast.  In his free time you will find Mark running, reading, and exploring the family farm with his wife and four children.
June 9, 2020
Karen concludes her conversation with Dr. Anna Martin as they continue to discuss taking the conflict out of child discipline, the topic of her latest book, Listen To Me!, available now. Dr. Anna Martin, Ph.D., works as a clinical therapist with children, adolescents, adults and couples, and has worked in a variety of environments. Dr. Martin works with individuals on a variety of issues and has published articles (nationally and internationally) relating to attachment, behaviour and discipline, and the parent/child relationship. Dr. Martin’s new, innovative and popular ‘AND’ discipline method is an efficient and productive method for parents to use, replacing the older, traditional behavioral (the ‘ask, tell and act’ approach) methods that can risk impacting on the child’s sense of self, as well as the parent/child relationship. Visit tkcchaddock.org for more about Karen and Dr. Anna Martin
June 2, 2020
In an all new pair of episodes, Karen is joined by Dr. Anna Martin of New Zealand in part one of their discussion on taking the conflict out of child discipline, the topic of her latest book, Listen To Me!, available now. Part two will be released on Tuesday, June 9th. Dr. Anna Martin, Ph.D., works as a clinical therapist with children, adolescents, adults and couples, and has worked in a variety of environments. Dr. Martin works with individuals on a variety of issues and has published articles (nationally and internationally) relating to attachment, behaviour and discipline, and the parent/child relationship. Dr. Martin’s new, innovative and popular ‘AND’ discipline method is an efficient and productive method for parents to use, replacing the older, traditional behavioral (the ‘ask, tell and act’ approach) methods that can risk impacting on the child’s sense of self, as well as the parent/child relationship.
May 26, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter concludes her discussion with Dr. Jody Russon about Dr. Russon's work in Attachment-Based Family Therapy.  Dr. Russon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences at Virginia Tech. She is a translational scientist and family therapist contributing to psychotherapy and suicide research. Dr. Russon’s line of research specifically focuses on the adaptation, dissemination and implementation (AD&I) of relationship-based suicide interventions and prevention strategies. To support these efforts, Dr. Russon recently launched a transdisciplinary research initiative, called the Alliance for the Study of Suicide Prevention and Intervention through Relationship Enrichment, ASPIRE. Dr. Russon’s teaching and supervisory experience is focused on applied skills for family therapy researchers and practitioners. She is an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Approved Supervisor and a Person-of-the-Therapist (POTT) instructor. She is also a certified trainer and supervisor in Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) and has received advanced clinical training in emotionally focused therapy for couples (EFT).
May 19, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Dr. Jody Russon to the show as they begin their discussion on Dr. Russon's work in Attachment-Based Family Therapy. Part two of the conversation will be released on Tuesday, May 26th.Dr. Russon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences at Virginia Tech. She is a translational scientist and family therapist contributing to psychotherapy and suicide research. Dr. Russon’s line of research specifically focuses on the adaptation, dissemination and implementation (AD&I) of relationship-based suicide interventions and prevention strategies. To support these efforts, Dr. Russon recently launched a transdisciplinary research initiative, called the Alliance for the Study of Suicide Prevention and Intervention through Relationship Enrichment, ASPIRE. Dr. Russon’s teaching and supervisory experience is focused on applied skills for family therapy researchers and practitioners. She is an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Approved Supervisor and a Person-of-the-Therapist (POTT) instructor. She is also a certified trainer and supervisor in Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) and has received advanced clinical training in emotionally focused therapy for couples (EFT).
May 12, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Mary McGowan of ATTACh to the show for part two of their discussion on how being born blind can affect a person's attachment relationships. Mary McGowan holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Community Violence Prevention and Child Development from Metropolitan State University, and a master’s candidate in Counseling and Psychological Services from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. Mary has led the Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children (ATTACh) in Minneapolis, Minnesota since 2011. She has served as a post-adoption specialist for North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) doing successful grass roots recruitment for foster and adoptive families for 10 years.  She has earned accolades as the National Education Manager for the Professional Association of Treatment Homes (PATH) and is an experienced trainer who teaches and consults locally and nationally.
May 5, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Mary McGowan of ATTACh to the show for part one of their discussion on how being born blind can affect a person's attachment relationships. Part two will be released on Tuesday, May 12th. Mary McGowan holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Community Violence Prevention and Child Development from Metropolitan State University, and a master’s candidate in Counseling and Psychological Services from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. Mary has led the Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children (ATTACh) in Minneapolis, Minnesota since 2011. She has served as a post-adoption specialist for North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) doing successful grass roots recruitment for foster and adoptive families for 10 years.  She has earned accolades as the National Education Manager for the Professional Association of Treatment Homes (PATH) and is an experienced trainer who teaches and consults locally and nationally.
April 28, 2020
Karen welcomes Dr. Lark Eshleman to the show to conclude their two part discussion about how attachment relationships aid in trauma treatment.  Lark Eshleman, PhD, is Executive Director of the About Child Trauma Foundation, an educational non-profit teaching about and researching the short- and long-term effects of early emotional trauma, and the power of building resilience in young learners. She is a former school librarian, elementary school principal, and school psychologist, and is a Doctor of Psychology, specializing in child development, attachment, and developmental trauma.   Dr. Lark is on a select committee of the Pennsylvania Department of Education to shape the criteria for required trauma trainings in PA schools, is a special consultant to the State of Delaware’s foster care system, among other training and consultation work. In 2003 she wrote one of the first books on attachment trauma – Becoming a Family: Promoting healthy attachments with your adopted child -- and writes for Fostering Families Magazine, among other magazines and journals. Most recently she and Jane Gordon, Art Therapist, created and published a “coloring in pairs” coloring book – Color Me Closer – which helps bring people emotionally closer through partner-coloring. Her passion is learning and teaching about the critical nature of healthy beginnings for our youngest Loved Ones. Her very favorite role in life is with her family.
April 21, 2020
Karen welcomes Dr. Lark Eshleman to the show as they launch a two part discussion about how attachment relationships aid in trauma treatment. Part 2 will be released on April 28th. Lark Eshleman, PhD, is Executive Director of the About Child Trauma Foundation, an educational non-profit teaching about and researching the short- and long-term effects of early emotional trauma, and the power of building resilience in young learners. She is a former school librarian, elementary school principal, and school psychologist, and is a Doctor of Psychology, specializing in child development, attachment, and developmental trauma.   Dr. Lark is on a select committee of the Pennsylvania Department of Education to shape the criteria for required trauma trainings in PA schools, is a special consultant to the State of Delaware’s foster care system, among other training and consultation work. In 2003 she wrote one of the first books on attachment trauma – Becoming a Family: Promoting healthy attachments with your adopted child -- and writes for Fostering Families Magazine, among other magazines and journals. Most recently she and Jane Gordon, Art Therapist, created and published a “coloring in pairs” coloring book – Color Me Closer – which helps bring people emotionally closer through partner-coloring. Her passion is learning and teaching about the critical nature of healthy beginnings for our youngest Loved Ones. Her very favorite role in life is with her family.
April 14, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Dr. Meg Van Deusen of Seattle back to the show for part one of their discussion on how modern culture is creating barriers to human attachment After spending a few years as a teacher, Dr. Van Deusen chose to return to school to study psychology. Her studies took her all the way up the Pacific Coast, starting at the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles and finishing her post-doctoral hours in Seattle's Family Services, and then entering private practice in 1994. Since then, Dr. Van Deusen has cultivated an approach to treatment that encompasses years of hard work and dedication to continuing education. She has consulted on external projectsand has a blog on a topics she’s passionate about, stress, loneliness, sleep and anxiety. Her new book Stressed in the U.S. Twelve Tools to Tackle Anxiety, Loneliness, Tech-Addiction and More was released December, 2019. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Washington State Psychological Association.
April 7, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter welcomes Dr. Meg Van Deusen of Seattle back to the show for part one of their discussion on how modern culture is creating barriers to human attachment. Part two will be released on Tuesday, April 14th After spending a few years as a teacher, Dr. Van Deusen chose to return to school to study psychology. Her studies took her all the way up the Pacific Coast, starting at the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles and finishing her post-doctoral hours in Seattle's Family Services, and then entering private practice in 1994. Since then, Dr. Van Deusen has cultivated an approach to treatment that encompasses years of hard work and dedication to continuing education. She has consulted on external projectsand has a blog on a topics she’s passionate about, stress, loneliness, sleep and anxiety. Her new book Stressed in the U.S. Twelve Tools to Tackle Anxiety, Loneliness, Tech-Addiction and More was released December, 2019. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Washington State Psychological Association.
March 31, 2020
In a special one-off episode, Karen welcomes Dr. Meg Van Deusen to discuss how to cope with the stress surrounding the current COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Van Deusen will also be Karen's guest in the next two weeks of Attachment Theory in Action as they discuss her book Stressed In The U.S. After spending a few years as a teacher, Dr. Van Deusen chose to return to school to study psychology. Her studies took her all the way up the Pacific Coast, starting at the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles and finishing her post-doctoral hours in Seattle's Family Services, and then entering private practice in 1994. Since then, Dr. Van Deusen has cultivated an approach to treatment that encompasses years of hard work and dedication to continuing education. She has consulted on external projects and has a blog on a topics she’s passionate about, stress, loneliness, sleep and anxiety. Her new book Stressed in the U.S. Twelve Tools to Tackle Anxiety, Loneliness, Tech-Addiction and More was released December, 2019. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Washington State Psychological Association.
March 24, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part two of their discussion, Karen, Michael and Lori conclude their conversation on the book Michael & Lori co-wrote, The Jonathon Letters.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
March 17, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part one of their discussion, Karen, Michael and Lori discuss the book they co-wrote, The Jonathon Letters. Part two will be released on Tuesday, March 24th.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
March 10, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part two of their conversation, Karen, Michael and Lori conclude their discussion on his CD The Hope Filled Parent: Mediations for Foster & Adoptive Parents of Children Who Have Been Harmed.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
March 3, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part one of their discussion, Karen, Michael and Lori discuss his CD The Hope Filled Parent: Mediations for Foster & Adoptive Parents of Children Who Have Been Harmed. Part two will be released on Tuesday, March 10th.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
February 25, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, examining his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part two of their latest conversation, Karen and Michael continue to discuss his sixth video, They Took My Parents Away: Little Ones Affected by Incarceration Speak Out.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
February 18, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, examining his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of their latest conversation, Karen and Michael discuss his sixth video They Took My Parents Away: Little Ones Affected by Incarceration Speak Out. Part two will be released on Tuesday, February 25th   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
February 11, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part tw of their latest conversation, Karen and Michael conclude their examination of his fifth video, Is Anyone In There: Adopting A Wounded Child.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
February 4, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of their latest conversation, Karen and Michael provide insight into his fifth video Is Anyone In There: Adopting A Wounded Child. Part two will be released on Tuesday, February 11th   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
January 28, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part two of their latest conversation, Karen and Michael continue providing insight into his video Breaking Peaces: Babies Have Their Say About Domestic Violence.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
January 21, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of their latest conversation, Karen and Michael provide insight into his video Breaking Peaces: Babies Have Their Say About Domestic Violence. Part two will be released Tuesday, January 28th at 11am CST.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
January 14, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. Karen and Michael conclude their latest discussion, providing insight into his third video, Family Transitions: Young Children Speak Their Minds About Divorce.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
January 7, 2020
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of their latest conversation, Karen and Michael provide insight into his third video, Family Transitions: Young Children Speak Their Minds About Divorce. Part two will be released Tuesday, January 14th at 11am CST.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
December 31, 2019
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her series of conversations with Michael Trout with an in-depth look at his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part two of this conversation, Karen and Michael conclude their discussion on his second video, Multiple Transitions: A Young Child's Point of View About Adoption.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
December 24, 2019
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her series of conversations with Michael Trout with an in-depth look at his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of this conversation, Karen and Michael discuss his second video, Multiple Transitions: A Young Child's Point of View About Adoption. Part two will be released on December 31st.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
December 17, 2019
Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In this conversation, Karen and Michael discuss his very first video, Gentle Transitions: A Newborn Baby's Point of View About Adoption.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
December 10, 2019
Karen Doyle Buckwalter launches a new series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of the series, Karen and Michael provide an overview of his videos, and discuss the importance of making the videos. Part two of this conversation will be released Tuesday, December 10th at 11am CST.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
December 3, 2019
Karen Doyle Buckwalter launches a new series of conversations with Michael Trout, taking a deep dive into his videos utilized to help educate on trauma informed care. In part one of the series, Karen and Michael provide an overview of his videos, and discuss the importance of making the videos. Part two of this conversation will be released Tuesday, December 10th at 11am CST.   Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.   The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
November 26, 2019
Guest host Josh Carlson welcomes Karen Buckwalter and Chaddock president & CEO Debbie Reed to the podcast to discuss Raising The Challenging Child, the new book Karen and Debbie co-authored to be released on January 7th, 2020, now available for pre-order at raisingthechallengingchild.com. This is part two of their conversation. Debbie Reed is president and CEO of Chaddock. She has also played a leadership role in child- and family-serving organizations at the state and national levels, including the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services' Child Welfare Advisory Committee, the CEO council of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, and the national board of the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries.  Karen Doyle Buckwalter, MSW, LCSW, as you know, is director of program strategy at Chaddock in Quincy, Illinois. She serves on the board of directors' advisory board of the Theraplay® Institute in Chicago and has trained and consulted at family behavioral health organizations and youth foster care centers in the US, the UK, Australia, Denmark, and beyond.  Building on their work at Chaddock, a nonprofit organization that has worked with some of the most challenging kids in the nation for more than 150 years, the authors empower frustrated parents with practical tips. The strategies they share work both for the child who is going through a difficult phase brought on by life disruption or trauma, and for the child who faces chronic struggles. Parents, teachers, and those who work with children and youth will find positive, practical steps they can start taking today in order to understand and address the baffling behavior of the child under their care.
November 19, 2019
Guest host Josh Carlson welcomes Karen Buckwalter and Chaddock president & CEO Debbie Reed to the podcast to discuss Raising The Challenging Child, the new book Karen and Debbie co-authored to be released on January 7th, 2020, now available for pre-order at raisingthechallengingchild.com. This is part one of their conversation, part 2 will be released on Tuesday, November 26th. Debbie Reed is president and CEO of Chaddock. She has also played a leadership role in child- and family-serving organizations at the state and national levels, including the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services' Child Welfare Advisory Committee, the CEO council of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, and the national board of the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries.  Karen Doyle Buckwalter, MSW, LCSW, as you know, is director of program strategy at Chaddock in Quincy, Illinois. She serves on the board of directors' advisory board of the Theraplay® Institute in Chicago and has trained and consulted at family behavioral health organizations and youth foster care centers in the US, the UK, Australia, Denmark, and beyond.  Building on their work at Chaddock, a nonprofit organization that has worked with some of the most challenging kids in the nation for more than 150 years, the authors empower frustrated parents with practical tips. The strategies they share work both for the child who is going through a difficult phase brought on by life disruption or trauma, and for the child who faces chronic struggles. Parents, teachers, and those who work with children and youth will find positive, practical steps they can start taking today in order to understand and address the baffling behavior of the child under their care.
November 12, 2019
In the latest episode, Karen welcomes Dr. Dan Siegel himself for part two of their conversation on how our attachment history impacts our current relationships. Dr. Dan Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. An award-winning educator, he is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and recipient of several honorary fellowships. Dr. Siegel is also the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute. Dr. Siegel has written or co-written several books, including the three New York Times bestsellers Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain, The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind and No-Drama Discipline: The Whole-Brain Way to Calm the Chaos and Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind, both with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., The Yes Brain: How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity, and Resilience in Your Child in 2018, also with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., and Parenting from the Inside Out: How a Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive with Mary Hartzell, M.Ed, as well as 2010's Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation.
November 5, 2019
It's the landmark 100th episode of the Attachment Theory in Action Podcast! For her 100th episode, Karen welcomes Dr. Dan Siegel himself for part one of their conversation on how our attachment history impacts our current relationships. Part two will be released Tuesday, November 12th, at noon Eastern. Dr. Dan Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. An award-winning educator, he is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and recipient of several honorary fellowships. Dr. Siegel is also the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute. Dr. Siegel has written or co-written several books, including the three New York Times bestsellers Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain, The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind and No-Drama Discipline: The Whole-Brain Way to Calm the Chaos and Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind, both with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., The Yes Brain: How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity, and Resilience in Your Child in 2018, also with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., and Parenting from the Inside Out: How a Deeper Self-Understanding Can Help You Raise Children Who Thrive with Mary Hartzell, M.Ed, as well as 2010's Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation.
October 29, 2019
Karen welcomes Dr. Chaitra Wirta-Leiker for part one of their conversation on the impact of race and culture on attachment security. Part two will be released Tuesday, October 29th at noon Eastern. Dr. Chaitra Wirta-Leiker has worked in the mental health field for over a decade, and is currently a licensed psychologist in Colorado. Dr. Wirta-Leiker carefully and thoughtfully chose “Beyond Words” as the name of her practice because she believed therapeutic relationships our built on a foundation of trust and collaboration that goes beyond language to a place of genuine understanding. Dr. Wirta-Leiker currently sits on the Colorado Post-Adoption Resource Center’s (COPARC) Advisory Board and Heritage Camp for Adoptive Families (HCAF) Adult Adoptee Advisory Board. She has professional training in individual, family, and group counseling, specialized trauma therapy (EMDR I & II: Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), play therapy, TBRI techniques, Theraplay techniques, parent education, and psychological assessment. She received her Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology (Psy.D.) from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado; Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology (M.A.) from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky; and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (B.S.) from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
October 22, 2019
Karen welcomes Dr. Chaitra Wirta-Leiker for part one of their conversation on the impact of race and culture on attachment security. Part two will be released Tuesday, October 29th at noon Eastern. Dr. Chaitra Wirta-Leiker has worked in the mental health field for over a decade, and is currently a licensed psychologist in Colorado. Dr. Wirta-Leiker carefully and thoughtfully chose “Beyond Words” as the name of her practice because she believed therapeutic relationships our built on a foundation of trust and collaboration that goes beyond language to a place of genuine understanding. Dr. Wirta-Leiker currently sits on the Colorado Post-Adoption Resource Center’s (COPARC) Advisory Board and Heritage Camp for Adoptive Families (HCAF) Adult Adoptee Advisory Board. She has professional training in individual, family, and group counseling, specialized trauma therapy (EMDR I & II: Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), play therapy, TBRI techniques, Theraplay techniques, parent education, and psychological assessment. She received her Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology (Psy.D.) from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado; Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology (M.A.) from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky; and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (B.S.) from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
October 15, 2019
Karen and Dr. Robert S. Marvin wrap up their two-part conversation on research and clinical applications of attachment theory. Dr. Bob Marvin was an undergraduate student and research associate with Mary D. Ainsworth at The Johns Hopkins University. He received his Ph.D. in developmental and clinical psychology from the University of Chicago in 1972. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota he began teaching at the University of Virginia, where he is currently Professor Emeritus in the School of Medicine and Research Professor in the Department of Psychology. He is also Director of the Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic in Charlottesville, Virginia. From 1998-2006, Bob was the Principal Investigator on federally-funded projects that developed and tested the Circle of Security® version of Attachment Theory, and The Circle of Security® Intervention protocol.
October 8, 2019
Karen welcomes Dr. Robert S. Marvin for part one of their conversation on research and clinical applications of attachment theory. Part two will be released Tuesday, October 15th at noon Eastern. Dr. Bob Marvin was an undergraduate student and research associate with Mary D. Ainsworth at The Johns Hopkins University. He received his Ph.D. in developmental and clinical psychology from the University of Chicago in 1972. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota he began teaching at the University of Virginia, where he is currently Professor Emeritus in the School of Medicine and Research Professor in the Department of Psychology. He is also Director of the Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic in Charlottesville, Virginia. From 1998-2006, Bob was the Principal Investigator on federally-funded projects that developed and tested the Circle of Security® version of Attachment Theory, and The Circle of Security® Intervention protocol.
October 1, 2019
Karen Buckwalter concludes her conversation with Sharon Roszia, M.S., about Roszia's Seven Core Issues in Adoption and Permanancy.  Sharon Roszia entered the field of foster care and adoption in 1963 after earning her Bachelors in Social Work and Masters in Psychology from Arizona State University. She has worked consistently in both public and private agencies, always focusing on child welfare issues. Along with her colleague, Deborah Silverstein L.C.S.W., she developed the Seven Core Issues in Adoption. Sharon lives what she does professionally as a foster parent, adoptive parent and a parent by birth.
September 24, 2019
Karen Buckwalter welcomes Sharon Roszia, M.S., as they discuss Roszia's Seven Core Issues in Adoption and Permanancy.  Sharon Roszia entered the field of foster care and adoption in 1963 after earning her Bachelors in Social Work and Masters in Psychology from Arizona State University. She has worked consistently in both public and private agencies, always focusing on child welfare issues. Along with her colleague, Deborah Silverstein L.C.S.W., she developed the Seven Core Issues in Adoption. Sharon lives what she does professionally as a foster parent, adoptive parent and a parent by birth.
September 17, 2019
Karen Buckwalter concludes her conversation with Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, about examining couples and romantic relationships through the lens of attachment theory. Tatkin is a clinician, researcher, teacher, and developer of A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy® (PACT). He has a clinical practice in Calabasas, CA, and developed the PACT Institute for the purpose of training other psychotherapists to use this method in their clinical practice. Dr. Tatkin also teaches and supervises family medicine residents at Kaiser Permanente, Woodland Hills, CA, and is an assistant clinical professor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. Dr. Tatkin is on the board of directors of Lifespan Learning Institute and serves as a member on Relationships First Counsel, a nonprofit organization founded by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt. Dr. Tatkin received his early training in developmental self and object relations (Masterson Institute), Gestalt, psychodrama, and family systems theory. His private practice specialized for some time in treating adolescents and adults with personality disorders. More recently, his interests turned to psycho-neurobiological theories of human relationship, and applying principles of early mother-infant attachment to adult romantic relationships. Dr. Tatkin was a primary inpatient group therapist at the John Bradshaw Center, where among other things, he taught mindfulness to patients and staff. He was trained in Vipassana meditation by Shinzen Young, and was an experienced facilitator in Vipassana. He was also trained by David Reynolds in two Japanese forms of psychotherapy, Morita and Naikan. Dr. Tatkin was clinical director of Charter Hospital’s intensive outpatient drug and alcohol program, and is a former president of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Ventura County chapter. He is a veteran member of Allan N. Schore’s study group. He also trained in the Adult Attachment Interview through Mary Main and Erik Hesse’s program out of UC Berkeley.
September 10, 2019
Karen Buckwalter welcomes Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, for part one of their conversation about examining couples and romantic relationships through the lens of attachment theory. Tatkin is a clinician, researcher, teacher, and developer of A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy® (PACT). He has a clinical practice in Calabasas, CA, and developed the PACT Institute for the purpose of training other psychotherapists to use this method in their clinical practice. Dr. Tatkin also teaches and supervises family medicine residents at Kaiser Permanente, Woodland Hills, CA, and is an assistant clinical professor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. Dr. Tatkin is on the board of directors of Lifespan Learning Institute and serves as a member on Relationships First Counsel, a nonprofit organization founded by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt. Dr. Tatkin received his early training in developmental self and object relations (Masterson Institute), Gestalt, psychodrama, and family systems theory. His private practice specialized for some time in treating adolescents and adults with personality disorders. More recently, his interests turned to psycho-neurobiological theories of human relationship, and applying principles of early mother-infant attachment to adult romantic relationships. Dr. Tatkin was a primary inpatient group therapist at the John Bradshaw Center, where among other things, he taught mindfulness to patients and staff. He was trained in Vipassana meditation by Shinzen Young, and was an experienced facilitator in Vipassana. He was also trained by David Reynolds in two Japanese forms of psychotherapy, Morita and Naikan. Dr. Tatkin was clinical director of Charter Hospital’s intensive outpatient drug and alcohol program, and is a former president of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Ventura County chapter. He is a veteran member of Allan N. Schore’s study group. He also trained in the Adult Attachment Interview through Mary Main and Erik Hesse’s program out of UC Berkeley.
September 3, 2019
Karen Buckwalter welcomes Lori Thomas, MA, as they conclude their discussion on the importance of therapy for foster and adoptive families. Lori Thomas is a counselor in residency with Emmaus Family Counseling Center. Thomas is a co-author on The Jonathan Letters with Michael Trout in 2005, and a contributing author on the Attachment Theory in Action: Building Connections Between Children and Parents book in 2018. Both books are available on tkcchaddock.org. Lori works from an attachment-focused perspective. With the understanding that attachment develops in early childhood, and dysfunctional patterns may develop based on early experiences, Lori believes that nurturing healthy attachments is integral to the healing process. This attachment-focused work is especially geared towards counseling children and their parents. Children who have experienced trauma, are in the foster care system, or are adopted are some of her favorite clients. Lori has an extensive history working with children who have experienced trauma, beginning as a foster and adoptive parent, which led to her interest in entering the field of counseling. Lori has completed many trainings, including a 40-hour Nurturing Attachments Postgraduate Training by Deborah Gray. She also earned certificates in Crisis Pregnancy Coaching through Light University. In addition to co-authoring The Jonathan Letters (2005), and contributing to Attachment Theory In Action, she is also a contributing author to The Hope-Filled Parent (2008), Hope for Healing (2011). She is an active advocate and public speaker on children’s issues. She is the mother of seven children, three through birth and four through adoption. She served on the Board of Directors of The Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh) for nine years. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Paul, their youngest child, and two dogs.
August 27, 2019
Karen Buckwalter welcomes Lori Thomas, MA, for part one of their discussion on the importance of therapy for foster and adoptive families. Lori Thomas is a counselor in residency with Emmaus Family Counseling Center. Thomas is a co-author on The Jonathan Letters with Michael Trout in 2005, and a contributing author on the Attachment Theory in Action: Building Connections Between Children and Parents book in 2018. Both books are available on tkcchaddock.org. Lori works from an attachment-focused perspective. With the understanding that attachment develops in early childhood, and dysfunctional patterns may develop based on early experiences, Lori believes that nurturing healthy attachments is integral to the healing process. This attachment-focused work is especially geared towards counseling children and their parents. Children who have experienced trauma, are in the foster care system, or are adopted are some of her favorite clients. Lori has an extensive history working with children who have experienced trauma, beginning as a foster and adoptive parent, which led to her interest in entering the field of counseling. Lori has completed many trainings, including a 40-hour Nurturing Attachments Postgraduate Training by Deborah Gray. She also earned certificates in Crisis Pregnancy Coaching through Light University. In addition to co-authoring The Jonathan Letters (2005), and contributing to Attachment Theory In Action, she is also a contributing author to The Hope-Filled Parent (2008), Hope for Healing (2011). She is an active advocate and public speaker on children’s issues. She is the mother of seven children, three through birth and four through adoption. She served on the Board of Directors of The Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh) for nine years. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Paul, their youngest child, and two dogs.
August 20, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Karen Buckwalter concludes her discussion with Phyllis Cohen, Founder and Director of the New York Institute for Psychotherapy Training in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence, on Cohen's Building Blocks program for therapists. Dr. Cohen has developed the Building Blocks Program where she teaches and supervises therapists who work dyadically with birth mothers and young children in foster care at an agency in NYC. She has also been a volunteer doing assessments and writing affidavits in the Immigration and Asylum Seeker Project at NYU. Dr. Cohen is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU, and is in private practice in Brooklyn, New York.
August 13, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Karen Buckwalter welcomes Phyllis Cohen,Founder and Director of the New York Institute for Psychotherapy Training in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence, for part one of their discussion on Cohen's Building Blocks program for therapists. Part two will be released on Tuesday, August 20th. Dr. Cohen has developed the Building Blocks Program where she teaches and supervises therapists who work dyadically with birth mothers and young children in foster care at an agency in NYC. She has also been a volunteer doing assessments and writing affidavits in the Immigration and Asylum Seeker Project at NYU. Dr. Cohen is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU, and is in private practice in Brooklyn, New York.
August 6, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Karen Buckwalter welcomes Mary Koloroutis, CEO of Creative Healthcare Management and Board Member of The Knowledge Center, for part two of their discussion on the impact Attachment Theory can and does have on healthcare. Mary has spent more than four decades advancing relationship-based cultures in health care organizations. She partners with clients to identify and maximize the strengths and capacities of teams and whole systems. The results speak for themselves: measurable improvement including widespread alignment with core values and principles. Mary has been instrumental in the creation of numerous highly successful programs, including Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring, adopted by leading health care systems worldwide. She is a co-creator, author, and editor of the Relationship-Based Care series of books and workshops. Her belief in the importance of patient-clinician attunement led to the development of the See Me as a Person workshop and book co-created with psychologist Michael Trout. Most recently, Mary is a contributing author and co-editor of Advancing Relationship-Based Cultures.
July 30, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Karen Buckwalter welcomes Mary Koloroutis, CEO of Creative Healthcare Management and Board Member of The Knowledge Center to discuss the impact Attachment Theory can and does have on healthcare. Mary has spent more than four decades advancing relationship-based cultures in health care organizations. She partners with clients to identify and maximize the strengths and capacities of teams and whole systems. The results speak for themselves: measurable improvement including widespread alignment with core values and principles. Mary has been instrumental in the creation of numerous highly successful programs, including Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring, adopted by leading health care systems worldwide. She is a co-creator, author, and editor of the Relationship-Based Care series of books and workshops. Her belief in the importance of patient-clinician attunement led to the development of the See Me as a Person workshop and book co-created with psychologist Michael Trout. Most recently, Mary is a contributing author and co-editor of Advancing Relationship-Based Cultures.
July 23, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Karen Buckwalter welcomes Dr. David Wallin for part two of their conversation on attachment in psychotherapy, the importance and necessity of the therapist's self-revelation, and the impact on the therapist's own psychology. David Wallin, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Albany, California.  A magna cum laudegraduate of Harvard who received his doctorate from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, he has been practicing, teaching, and writing about psychotherapy for more than three decades. Attachment in Psychotherapy, his most recent book,is presently being translated into a dozen languages. He is also the co-author (with Stephen Goldbart) of Mapping the Terrain of the Heart: Passion, Tenderness, and the Capacity to Love.  He has lectured on attachment and psychotherapy in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Canada, and throughout the United States. For further information, please visit www.attachmentinpsychotherapy.com.
July 16, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Karen Buckwalter welcomes Dr. David Wallin for part one of their conversation on attachment in psychotherapy, the importance and necessity of the therapist's self-revelation, and the impact on the therapist's own psychology. Part two will be released Tuesday July 23rd at noon, EDT. David Wallin, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Albany, California.  A magna cum laudegraduate of Harvard who received his doctorate from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, he has been practicing, teaching, and writing about psychotherapy for more than three decades. Attachment in Psychotherapy, his most recent book,is presently being translated into a dozen languages. He is also the co-author (with Stephen Goldbart) of Mapping the Terrain of the Heart: Passion, Tenderness, and the Capacity to Love.  He has lectured on attachment and psychotherapy in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Canada, and throughout the United States. For further information, please visit www.attachmentinpsychotherapy.com.
July 9, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, host Karen Buckwalter welcomes Dr. Marni Feuerman conclude their conversation on how our attachment past informs our current romantic lives, the topic of her new book, Ghosted and Breadcrumbed: Stop Falling for Unavailable Men and Get Smart about Healthy Relationships.  Dr. Marni Feuerman is a licensed clinical social worker and licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in South Florida. She holds a master’s degree in social work and a doctorate in psychology. She is both a certified emotionally focused couples therapist and discernment counselor.  She is a nationally recognized relationship and marriage expert with an array of media contributions appearing on Time, HuffPo, Bustle, Reader's Digest, and many others. As a freelance writer, Dr. Marni has numerous syndicated articles appearing on HuffPo, The Gottman Institute, Dr. Oz's ShareCare, and YourTango.com. She is the former marriage expert for About.com and has over one hundred articles on their family of websites. Dr. Marni wrote her debut self-help book titled, Ghosted and Breadcrumbed: Stop Falling for Unavailable Men and Get Smart about Healthy Relationships available on Amazon and everywhere books are sold. Ghosted and Breadcrumbed is an insightful book full of solutions to help women break free from painful and repetitive patterns in dating and relationships.
July 2, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, host Karen Buckwalter welcomes Dr. Marni Feuerman for part one of their conversation on how our attachment past informs our current romantic lives, the topic of her new book, Ghosted and Breadcrumbed: Stop Falling for Unavailable Men and Get Smart about Healthy Relationships. Part two will be released Tuesday July 9th at noon, EDT. Dr. Marni Feuerman is a licensed clinical social worker and licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in South Florida. She holds a master’s degree in social work and a doctorate in psychology. She is both a certified emotionally focused couples therapist and discernment counselor.  She is a nationally recognized relationship and marriage expert with an array of media contributions appearing on Time, HuffPo, Bustle, Reader's Digest, and many others. As a freelance writer, Dr. Marni has numerous syndicated articles appearing on HuffPo, The Gottman Institute, Dr. Oz's ShareCare, and YourTango.com. She is the former marriage expert for About.com and has over one hundred articles on their family of websites. Dr. Marni wrote her debut self-help book titled, Ghosted and Breadcrumbed: Stop Falling for Unavailable Men and Get Smart about Healthy Relationships available on Amazon and everywhere books are sold. Ghosted and Breadcrumbed is an insightful book full of solutions to help women break free from painful and repetitive patterns in dating and relationships.
June 25, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, host Karen Buckwalter concludes her two part discussion with Dr. Margaret Blaustein, Ph.D. and co-developer of the ARC Model on exactly what the ARC Model, or Attachment Regulation and Competency, is. Margaret E. Blaustein, Ph.D., is a practicing clinical psychologist whose career has focused on the understanding and treatment of complex childhood trauma and its sequelae. With an emphasis on the importance of understanding the child-, the family-, and the provider-in-context, her study has focused on identification and translation of key principles of intervention across treatment settings, building from the foundational theories of childhood development, attachment, and traumatic stress. With Kristine Kinniburgh, Dr. Blaustein is co-developer of the Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) treatment framework (Kinniburgh & Blaustein, 2005), and co-author of the text, Treating Complex Trauma in Children and Adolescents: Fostering Resilience through Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competence (Blaustein & Kinniburgh, 2010). She has provided extensive training and consultation to providers within the US and abroad. Dr. Blaustein is currently the Director of the Center for Trauma Training in Needham, MA, and is actively involved in local, regional, and national collaborative groups dedicated to the empathic, respectful, and effective provision of services to this population.
June 18, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, host Karen Buckwalter welcomes Dr. Margaret Blaustein, Ph.D. and co-developer of the ARC Model in part one of their discussion on exactly what the ARC Model, or Attachment Regulation and Competency, is. Margaret E. Blaustein, Ph.D., is a practicing clinical psychologist whose career has focused on the understanding and treatment of complex childhood trauma and its sequelae. With an emphasis on the importance of understanding the child-, the family-, and the provider-in-context, her study has focused on identification and translation of key principles of intervention across treatment settings, building from the foundational theories of childhood development, attachment, and traumatic stress. With Kristine Kinniburgh, Dr. Blaustein is co-developer of the Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) treatment framework (Kinniburgh & Blaustein, 2005), and co-author of the text, Treating Complex Trauma in Children and Adolescents: Fostering Resilience through Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competence (Blaustein & Kinniburgh, 2010). She has provided extensive training and consultation to providers within the US and abroad. Dr. Blaustein is currently the Director of the Center for Trauma Training in Needham, MA, and is actively involved in local, regional, and national collaborative groups dedicated to the empathic, respectful, and effective provision of services to this population.
June 11, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, host Karen Buckwalter concludes her two part conversation with Donna Potter, LCSW and Professor in the Duke University School of Medicine, about the problems with RAD, or Reactive Attachment Disorder, Diagnosis. Donna Potter, has worked with traumatized children and families since 1992 and has been an instructor for Duke University’s Department of Psychiatry since 2000. She is endorsed as a trainer by the developers of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). She currently serves as the lead trainer and senior clinical faculty consultant for these two models for the NC Child Treatment Program at CCFH. Ms. Potter has provided consultation to the North Carolina Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse on issues of diagnosis and treatment of Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), including having co-written the clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of RAD. She has provided training to child welfare using NCTSN’s Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit and to community clinicians providing military-informed treatment to members of the military and their families through the Welcome Back Veterans Project.
June 4, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, host Karen Buckwalter starts her two part conversation with Donna Potter, LCSW and Professor in the Duke University School of Medicine, about the problems with RAD, or Reactive Attachment Disorder, Diagnosis. Donna Potter, has worked with traumatized children and families since 1992 and has been an instructor for Duke University’s Department of Psychiatry since 2000. She is endorsed as a trainer by the developers of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). She currently serves as the lead trainer and senior clinical faculty consultant for these two models for the NC Child Treatment Program at CCFH. Ms. Potter has provided consultation to the North Carolina Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse on issues of diagnosis and treatment of Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), including having co-written the clinical guidelines for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of RAD. She has provided training to child welfare using NCTSN’s Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit and to community clinicians providing military-informed treatment to members of the military and their families through the Welcome Back Veterans Project.
May 28, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, host Karen Buckwalter continues her conversation with Roy Kiessling, LISW and anEMDRIA approved consultant and training provider. Roy and Karen are discussing the use of EMDR from an attachment-based perspective.From 2001 until 2013, Roy was one of Francine Shapiro’s Senior Trainers for her for-profit institute and her humanitarian non-profit organization. In 2013, he formed EMDR Consulting, a national network of trainers presenting his EMDRIA approved basic course: Integrating EMDR into your Clinical Practice. Since 2013, he has personally conducted nearly 100 basic training courses and over 65 EMDRIA approved advanced specialty courses and conference presentations within the United States as well as internationally in Singapore, Scotland, The Middle East and Canada.
May 21, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers.Today, host Karen Buckwalter begins a two part conversation with Roy Kiessling, LISW and anEMDRIA approved consultant and training provider. Roy and Karen will explore the use of EMDR from an attachment-based perspective. From 2001 until 2013, Roy was one of Francine Shapiro’s Senior Trainers for her for-profit institute and her humanitarian non-profit organization. In 2013, he formed EMDR Consulting, a national network of trainers presenting his EMDRIA approved basic course: Integrating EMDR into your Clinical Practice. Since 2013, he has personally conducted nearly 100 basic training courses and over 65 EMDRIA approved advanced specialty courses and conference presentations within the United States as well as internationally in Singapore, Scotland, The Middle East and Canada.
May 14, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, Karen will continue her conversation with Dr. Judith Eckerle, director of the Adoption Medicine Clinic in Minneapolis, MN, on the importance of global assessments when looking at attachment issues. A graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Dr. Eckerle completed a pediatrics residency at the New York Presbyterian Hospital and a fellowship in international adoption at the University of Minnesota Medical School. An international adoptee from South Korea, Dr. Eckerle feels a close bond to adopted children and their families. Her personal history combined with her medical training strengthens her perspective as she works with children on health and transition issues.
May 7, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, Karen will introduce us to Dr. Judith Eckerle, director of the Adoption Medicine Clinic in Minneapolis, MN, who will talk about the importance of global assessments when looking at attachment issues. A graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Dr. Eckerle completed a pediatrics residency at the New York Presbyterian Hospital and a fellowship in international adoption at the University of Minnesota Medical School.  An international adoptee from South Korea, Dr. Eckerle feels a close bond to adopted children and their families. Her personal history combined with her medical training strengthens her perspective as she works with children on health and transition issues.
April 30, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, Karen will introduce us to Jim Harlow, who will explore the use of the Adult Attachment Interview.  Jim is the adoptive father of 5.  He and his wife adopted each of their kids individually about 30-35 years ago here in north Texas through the foster care system.  The children came at different ages (3 months to 15 years old) and from diverse backgrounds.  They have all now made it to adulthood, educating Jim in the process.   Other education includes an MA in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University and four years working with the TCU Institute of Child Development.
April 23, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Today, Karen will introduce us to Jim Harlow, who will explore the use of the Adult Attachment Interview.  Jim is the adoptive father of 5.  He and his wife adopted each of their kids individually about 30-35 years ago here in north Texas through the foster care system.  The children came at different ages (3 months to 15 years old) and from diverse backgrounds.  They have all now made it to adulthood, educating Jim in the process.  Other education includes an MA in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University and four years working with the TCU Institute of Child Development.
April 16, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action, a weekly podcast presented by The Knowledge Center at Chaddock. Our Podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Your host Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Ruth Setlak, who will discuss the impact of PANS/PANDAS/Lyme disease on clinical work. Ruth has a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky with a speciality in mental health and is currently a clinical social worker in Colorado. Her education and training has primarily focused around child/parent attachment, neuro-developmental disorders, adoption, medical disorders such as PANS/PANDAS and chronic illnesses, as well as trauma, parenting dynamics, and building healthy relational dynamics. Ruth is certified in EMDR and DIR/Floortime, as well as Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. Ruth is very passionate about learning brain-based interventions to help her clients.
April 9, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action, a weekly podcast presented by The Knowledge Center at Chaddock. Our Podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Your host Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Ruth Setlak, who will discuss the impact of PANS/PANDAS/Lyme disease on clinical work. Ruth has a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky with a speciality in mental health and is currently a clinical social worker in Colorado. Her education and training has primarily focused around child/parent attachment, neuro-developmental disorders, adoption, medical disorders such as PANS/PANDAS and chronic illnesses, as well as trauma, parenting dynamics, and building healthy relational dynamics. Ruth is certified in EMDR and DIR/Floortime, as well as Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. Ruth is very passionate about learning brain-based interventions to help her clients.
April 2, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Paris Goodyear-Brown, who will discuss play therapy and attachment issues. This episode is the second of a two-part series with Paris!  Paris Goodyear-Brown is the founder and director of Nurture House and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor with 20 years of experience in treating families in need. While she specializes in treating trauma (sexual abuse, physical abuse, maltreatment and neglect) and attachment disturbances, she often provides help for anxious, angry or depressed children and teens. A child development expert, she frequently provides parent consultation, dyadic assessment and parent coaching to help parents manage and resolve their children’s behavior problems. She is an Adjunct Instructor of Psychiatric Mental Health at Vanderbilt University, guest lecturer for several universities in middle Tennessee, and has an international reputation as a dynamic speaker and innovative clinician. She provides play therapy and licensure supervision and consults with various school districts, agencies and mental health organizations to help develop play therapy programs and create more developmentally sensitive programming. With trainings in Morocco, Australia, and Sweden, as well as frequent domestic presentations, she is best known for developing clinically sound, played-based interventions that are used to treat a variety of childhood problems. She has received the APT award for Play Therapy Promotion and Education. She is the author of multiple books, chapters and articles related to child therapy. Her newest books include Tackling Touchy Subjects, the Handbook of Child Sexual Abuse: Identification, Assessment, and Treatment, Play Therapy with Traumatized Children: A Prescriptive Approach and The Worry Wars: An Anxiety Workbook for Kids and their Helpful Adults. For the whole of her career, she has carried a vision of a place – a home – in which the space itself would help children and parents feel safe, nurtured and ready to do the deep work of healing. Although it looks like a playhouse – and her child clients call it  “the kid’s palace” -the fun, highly playful environment helps the hard stuff go down easier.
March 26, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Paris Goodyear-Brown, who will discuss play therapy and attachment issues. This episode is the first of a two-part series with Paris!  Paris Goodyear-Brown is the founder and director of Nurture House and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor with 20 years of experience in treating families in need. While she specializes in treating trauma (sexual abuse, physical abuse, maltreatment and neglect) and attachment disturbances, she often provides help for anxious, angry or depressed children and teens. A child development expert, she frequently provides parent consultation, dyadic assessment and parent coaching to help parents manage and resolve their children’s behavior problems. She is an Adjunct Instructor of Psychiatric Mental Health at Vanderbilt University, guest lecturer for several universities in middle Tennessee, and has an international reputation as a dynamic speaker and innovative clinician. She provides play therapy and licensure supervision and consults with various school districts, agencies and mental health organizations to help develop play therapy programs and create more developmentally sensitive programming. With trainings in Morocco, Australia, and Sweden, as well as frequent domestic presentations, she is best known for developing clinically sound, played-based interventions that are used to treat a variety of childhood problems. She has received the APT award for Play Therapy Promotion and Education. She is the author of multiple books, chapters and articles related to child therapy. Her newest books include Tackling Touchy Subjects, the Handbook of Child Sexual Abuse: Identification, Assessment, and Treatment, Play Therapy with Traumatized Children: A Prescriptive Approach and The Worry Wars: An Anxiety Workbook for Kids and their Helpful Adults. For the whole of her career, she has carried a vision of a place – a home – in which the space itself would help children and parents feel safe, nurtured and ready to do the deep work of healing. Although it looks like a playhouse – and her child clients call it  “the kid’s palace” -the fun, highly playful environment helps the hard stuff go down easier.
March 19, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Curt Thompson, M.D., who will discuss how our attachment history impacts our relationship with God.  Curt Thompson, M.D., is a psychiatrist in private practice in Falls Church, Virginia and the founder of Being Known, LLC, and The Center for Being Known, an organization that develops resources to educate and train leaders about the intersection between interpersonal neurobiology, Christian spiritual formation, and vocational creativity. He is the author of Anatomy of the Souland The Soul of Shame: Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves. He graduated from Wright State University School of Medicine, completed his psychiatric residency at Temple University Hospital, and is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is actively engaged in learning and education as he supervises clinical employees and facilitates ongoing education groups for patients and colleagues. Throughout his career, along with treating adults, adolescents, and families, his main focus of clinical and research interest has been the integration of psychiatry, its associated disciplines, and Christian spirituality. He is a frequent speaker on the topic at workshops, conferences, and retreats.     He has specific expertise in the field of interpersonal neurobiology and how it reflects important tenants of Christian faith, providing opportunities to comprehend and experience that same faith in fresh trustworthy ways. Much of his work is now committed to training other professionals across cultures and in multiple vocational domains in the same material. He and his wife Phyllis are the parents of two children and reside in Arlington, Virginia. He serves as an elder at Washington Community Fellowship, a congregation of the Mennonite church, in Washington, D.C. His duties there have included preaching, teaching, and involvement in the fellowship’s healing prayer ministry.
March 12, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Curt Thompson, M.D., who will discuss how our attachment history impacts our relationship with God.  Curt Thompson, M.D., is a psychiatrist in private practice in Falls Church, Virginia and the founder of Being Known, LLC, and The Center for Being Known, an organization that develops resources to educate and train leaders about the intersection between interpersonal neurobiology, Christian spiritual formation, and vocational creativity. He is the author of Anatomy of the Soul and The Soul of Shame: Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves. He graduated from Wright State University School of Medicine, completed his psychiatric residency at Temple University Hospital, and is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is actively engaged in learning and education as he supervises clinical employees and facilitates ongoing education groups for patients and colleagues. Throughout his career, along with treating adults, adolescents, and families, his main focus of clinical and research interest has been the integration of psychiatry, its associated disciplines, and Christian spirituality. He is a frequent speaker on the topic at workshops, conferences, and retreats.     He has specific expertise in the field of interpersonal neurobiology and how it reflects important tenants of Christian faith, providing opportunities to comprehend and experience that same faith in fresh trustworthy ways. Much of his work is now committed to training other professionals across cultures and in multiple vocational domains in the same material. He and his wife Phyllis are the parents of two children and reside in Arlington, Virginia. He serves as an elder at Washington Community Fellowship, a congregation of the Mennonite church, in Washington, D.C. His duties there have included preaching, teaching, and involvement in the fellowship’s healing prayer ministry.
March 5, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Bonnie Badenoch, who will explore the myth of self-regulation. This week's episode is the first in a two-part series with Ms Badenoch, so be sure to tune in next week for part two! Bonnie Badenoch, LMFT, therapist, mentor, teacher, and author, has spent the last 15 years integrating the discoveries of relational neuroscience into the art of therapy. In 2008, she co-founded the nonprofit agency Nurturing the Heart with the Brain in Mind to offer this work to the community of therapists, healthcare providers, and others interested in becoming therapeutic presences in the world. For 25 years, she has supported trauma survivors and those with significant attachment wounds to reshape their neural landscapes for a life of meaning, resilience, and warm relationships. These days, Bonnie takes joy in offering immersion trainings for therapists and others. These year-long groups cultivate the capacity for presence through the development of deep listening and the embodiment of the principles of interpersonal neurobiology. Her conviction that wisdom about the relational brain can support healing experiences for people at every age led to the publication of Being a Brain-Wise Therapist: A Practical Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology in 2008 and The Brain-Savvy Therapist’s Workbook in 2011. Bonnie’s latest writing is The Heart of Trauma: Healing the Embodied Brain in the Context of Relationships (2017). These books seek to build a bridge between science and practice with clarity, compassion, and heart.
February 26, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Bonnie Badenoch, who will explore the myth of self-regulation. This week's episode is the first in a two-part series with Ms Badenoch, so be sure to tune in next week for part two! Bonnie Badenoch, LMFT, therapist, mentor, teacher, and author, has spent the last 15 years integrating the discoveries of relational neuroscience into the art of therapy. In 2008, she co-founded the nonprofit agency Nurturing the Heart with the Brain in Mind to offer this work to the community of therapists, healthcare providers, and others interested in becoming therapeutic presences in the world. For 25 years, she has supported trauma survivors and those with significant attachment wounds to reshape their neural landscapes for a life of meaning, resilience, and warm relationships. These days, Bonnie takes joy in offering immersion trainings for therapists and others. These year-long groups cultivate the capacity for presence through the development of deep listening and the embodiment of the principles of interpersonal neurobiology. Her conviction that wisdom about the relational brain can support healing experiences for people at every age led to the publication of Being a Brain-Wise Therapist: A Practical Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology in 2008 and The Brain-Savvy Therapist’s Workbook in 2011. Bonnie’s latest writing is The Heart of Trauma: Healing the Embodied Brain in the Context of Relationships (2017). These books seek to build a bridge between science and practice with clarity, compassion, and heart.
February 19, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Rebecca Shahmoon-Shanok, who will discuss reflective supervision and attachment-based therapy. Rebecca Shahmoon-Shanok, LCSW, PhD, is a clinician, teacher and author in the pregnancy and parenting through preschool fields; is among the developers of reflective supervision; of integrating mindfulness into the fields of early childhood mental health and care; of interweaving mental health services in community-based settings; and of training professionals across disciplines together since 1980. With degrees and experience as clinical psychologist, social worker and early childhood educator, and extensive experience in psychoanalysis, infant mental health, mindfulness, and in developmentally and/or traumatically challenged young children and their parents, Dr. Shahmoon-Shanok developed a model that integrates mental health consultation plus a range of successful mental health services within childcare and Head Start utilizing peer play psychotherapy for a variety of children with serious challenges. She is a CPP Trainer. After participating in Undoing Racism Workshops over a dozen years, she has participated in the Harris Foundation’s Tenets Workgroup since 2012. Founding CEO/Academic Director of Collaborations for Growth and Senior Research Associate for Relationships for Growth & Learning, Center for Attachment Research, New School for Social Research, she served as board member of Zero to Three for thirty-six years and is the founder of the New York Zero-to-Three Network, continuing on its board. Dr. Shahmoon-Shanok currently gives workshops and short courses on reflective supervision, and co-chairs the Reflective Supervision Collaborative which is becoming the first long-term training for reflective supervisors and trainers across the country and an online clearing house of RS materials.
February 12, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Rebecca S. Molitor, who will explore how to facilitate prenatal bonding.  Rebecca Molitor considers herself fortunate to do every day what she is most passionate about...partnering with individuals and families to connect and reconnect with each other and themselves through gaining understanding, acceptance and creating changes in a compassionate manner. After working as a therapist in child social services for over a decade, Rebecca branched into private practice specializing in work with children from birth into adulthood, with an emphasis on attachment, trauma, mindfulness and self-acceptance. She has been involved in Illinois Early Intervention since 2000 as a Developmental Therapist, Psychological Service Provider and Evaluator, and currently as the Social Emotional Consultant for CFC 21 and 22. Rebecca has presented on a variety of topics related to prenatal attachment, development, children, working with families, and provider self-nurturance throughout Illinois to schools, community groups and agencies, home visiting programs and conferences. Most recently, Rebecca has ventured into the prenatal world, becoming one of the first certified Prenatal Bonding (BA) Facilitators and trainer-in-training for the United States.
February 5, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to George Downing, who will discuss how the use of Video Intervention Therapy can strengthen mentalization. George Downing, Ph. D., an American psychologist, lives in Paris where he is on the teaching faculties of Salpétrière Hospital and Paris University VIII. He also teaches clinical seminars at the universities of Munich, Heidelberg, Padua, and the New School for Social Research, New York. He is the author of numerous articles on video intervention, on child development research, and on other aspects of psychotherapy. For more information on George Downing and Video Intervention Therapy, visit http://www.vit-downing.com/
January 29, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Deborah Gray, who will discuss how grief and loss impact attachment.  As a bonus for our listeners, Deborah has made available a downloadable handout to supplement this week's episode. Be sure to check it out at the link below! https://www.theknowledgecenteratchaddock.com/grief-and-loss Deborah Gray, MPA, LICSW specializes in the attachment, grief, and trauma issues of children in her practice, Nurturing Attachments. Her passion is to help families develop close, satisfying relationships In 2015 Deborah received a lifetime achievement award from the International ATTACh organization for her contributions to the attachment field. Deborah is core faculty for the Attachment/Trauma-Focused Therapy Program and Portland State University Foster and Adoption Therapy Program. She was the Henry Meier Practitioner in Residence at the University of WA School of Social Work. Deborah Gray is a popular presenter due to her practical and positive approaches. She continues to work in a clinical practice with parents and children, who help to teach her new approaches and techniques every day.  Deborah is the author of the books: Promoting Healthy Attachments: Hands-on Techniques to Use with Your Clients, Attaching in Adoption: Practical Tools for Today’s Parents, Nurturing Adoptions: Creating Resilience after Neglect and Trauma, Attaching with Love, Hugs, and Joy, and co-author of Games and Activities for Attaching with Your Child.   Deborah provides additional information at Nurturingattachments.com
January 22, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Dr. Susan Hart, who will discuss the role of attachment in attunement and brain development. This is the second of a two-part interview with Dr. Hart, so be sure to check out last week's episode if you missed out on part one!  Susan Hart, Ph.D. is a psychologist, specialist and supervisor in psychotherapy and child psychology. With a background in child psychiatry, family and adult therapy, Susan is now self-employed. She is the originator of the neuroaffective development theory, which is based on modern brain research, and which she began to develop about 20 years ago by connecting neuroscience with developmental psychology. Her overriding goal is to develop assessment methods aimed at providing the right intervention method for individual child or family by identifying and mapping their zone of proximal development. She is currently developing ways to translate the neuroaffective concept into practice through her extensive lecture and workshop activity, publications, manuals and the present doctoral dissertation, which is based on research into newly developed assessment methods within the neuroaffective framework. She is the author, co-author and editor of 14 books on trauma, dissociation and neuroaffective developmental psychology and psychotherapy. Four of her books have been translated and published in English. Together with colleagues she has also developed two developmental programmes, one for children’s groups and one for parent’s groups.
January 15, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Dr. Susan Hart, who will discuss the role of attachment in attunement and brain development.  Susan Hart, Ph.D. is a psychologist, specialist and supervisor in psychotherapy and child psychology. With a background in child psychiatry, family and adult therapy, Susan is now self-employed. She is the originator of the neuroaffective development theory, which is based on modern brain research, and which she began to develop about 20 years ago by connecting neuroscience with developmental psychology. Her overriding goal is to develop assessment methods aimed at providing the right intervention method for individual child or family by identifying and mapping their zone of proximal development. She is currently developing ways to translate the neuroaffective concept into practice through her extensive lecture and workshop activity, publications, manuals and the present doctoral dissertation, which is based on research into newly developed assessment methods within the neuroaffective framework. She is the author, co-author and editor of 14 books on trauma, dissociation and neuroaffective developmental psychology and psychotherapy. Four of her books have been translated and published in English. Together with colleagues she has also developed two developmental programmes, one for children’s groups and one for parent’s groups.
January 8, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Robyn Gobbel, who will speak on the use of rhythm and movement in therapy.  Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, RPT-S is a psychotherapist specializing in adoption, attachment, and trauma. She is the founder of the Central Texas Attachment & Trauma Center.  Robyn works with young children and their families, as well as adults.  She is a speaker, trainer, and writer whose greatest superpower is being with people in a way that makes them feel seen, gotten, heard, and deeply cared for.
January 1, 2019
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Dr. Casey Call, who will explore her experiences in TBRI.  Dr. Casey Call is the Assistant Director at the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development (KP ICD). She serves in various capacities at the Purvis Institute including research, training, and outreach connected to Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®). Casey also teaches, advises, and mentors TCU students in the Child Development undergraduate and graduate programs. Casey is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and is a registered Circle of Security® parent educator. She has also received training in Theraplay® Level One and in scoring the Strange Situation Protocol. Casey holds Masters degrees in Elementary Education, Counseling, and Developmental Psychology from TCU, as well as a Ph.D in Developmental Psychology.    Note: This episode was originally broadcast on April 18, 2018. Happy Holidays!
December 25, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Daniel Hughes, Ph.D., who will discuss Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP).  Dan Hughes, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist with a limited practice in South Portland, Maine.  He founded and developed Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP), the treatment of children who have experienced abuse and neglect and who demonstrate ongoing problems related to attachment and trauma.  This treatment occurs in a family setting and the treatment model has expanded to become a general model of family treatment.   He has spent over 40 years helping children and youth reach their full potential and reconnect with others in their lives.   Note: This episode was originally published on May 29, 2018. Happy Holidays to you all!
December 18, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will discuss what sort of lessons were learned from years of working with babies and what he's learned to be modest about in his years of experience. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the twelfth and final episode in our twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Check out our feed for previous episodes in this series - you won't want to miss them! We hope you've enjoyed this in-depth series - be sure to subscribe so you don't miss the next exciting and informative edition of Attachment Theory in Action!
December 11, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will discuss what sort of lessons were learned from years of working with babies. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the eleventh in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in next week for the conclusion of our series with Michael Trout!
December 4, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will discuss how scientific advances added new dimensions to infant/child-parent psychotherapy. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the tenth in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
November 27, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will discuss how scientific advances added new dimensions to infant/child-parent psychotherapy. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the ninth in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
November 20, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will speak on the application of the concepts in infant parent psychotherapy to therapy with adults. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the eighth in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
November 13, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will speak on the application of the concepts in infant parent psychotherapy to therapy with adults. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the seventh in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
November 6, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will speak on early efforts to apply attachment theory to daily life. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the sixth in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
October 30, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will speak on early efforts to apply attachment theory to daily life. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the fifth in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
October 23, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will speak on the evolution and expansion of infant-parent psychotherapy.  Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the fourth in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
October 16, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will speak on the evolution and expansion of infant-parent psychotherapy.  Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the third in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
October 9, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will explore what we can learn from the early days of infant-parent psychotherapy. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the second in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
October 2, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Michael Trout, who will discuss the origins of infant-parent psychotherapy. Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment. This episode is the first in a twelve-part series with Mr. Trout. Be sure to tune in over the following weeks for more from Michael Trout!
September 25, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Dr. Ira Chasnoff, who will discuss the impact of prenatal drug and alcohol usage on child development.  Ira J. Chasnoff, M.D., an award-winning author, researcher and lecturer, is president of NTI Upstream and a Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago. He is one of the nation’s leading researchers in the field of child development and the effects of maternal alcohol and drug use on the newborn infant and child. Dr. Chasnoff received his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He has authored eleven books; his most recent book, The Mystery of Risk, explores the biological and environmental factors that impact the ultimate development of alcohol- and drug-exposed children and presents practical strategies for helping children reach their full potential at home and in the classroom.
September 18, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Dr. Ira Chasnoff, who will discuss the impact of prenatal drug and alcohol usage on child development.  Ira J. Chasnoff, M.D., an award-winning author, researcher and lecturer, is president of NTI Upstream and a Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago. He is one of the nation’s leading researchers in the field of child development and the effects of maternal alcohol and drug use on the newborn infant and child. Dr. Chasnoff received his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He has authored eleven books; his most recent book, The Mystery of Risk, explores the biological and environmental factors that impact the ultimate development of alcohol- and drug-exposed children and presents practical strategies for helping children reach their full potential at home and in the classroom.
September 11, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter, will introduce you to Dr. Ron Federici. This episode is the first of a two-part series with Dr. Federici, so be sure to join us next week for part two! Dr. Ronald Federici is regarded as the country's expert in Developmental Neuropsychology for children from adoption-trauma backgrounds. He has written books and hundreds of publications regarding the damaging effects of childhood maltreatment, ranging from Developmental Trauma Disorder; FASD/drug exposure affecting attachment in children; traumatic autism; and reconstructive therapy. Dr. Federici is CEO of Care For Children International, which offers comprehensive services for children and families in the USA and abroad, specializing in complex cases that have been unresponsive to past interventions. Dr. Federici is the Father of 9 children, 8 adopted from very traumatic backgrounds who have grown into very productive adults. Dr Federici also teaches and lectures internationally.
September 4, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter, will introduce you to Dr. Ron Federici. This episode is the first of a two-part series with Dr. Federici, so be sure to join us next week for part two! Dr. Ronald Federici is regarded as the country's expert in Developmental Neuropsychology for children from adoption-trauma backgrounds.  He has written books and hundreds of publications regarding the damaging effects of childhood maltreatment, ranging from Developmental Trauma Disorder; FASD/drug exposure affecting attachment in children; traumatic autism; and reconstructive therapy.  Dr. Federici is CEO of Care For Children International, which offers comprehensive services for children and families in the USA and abroad, specializing in complex cases that have been unresponsive to past interventions.  Dr. Federici is the Father of 9 children, 8 adopted from very traumatic backgrounds who have grown into very productive adults. Dr Federici also teaches and lectures internationally.
August 28, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Dr. Joyce Maguire Pavao, who will discuss adoption and development.  Dr. Pavao was the Founder and CEO of Center for Family Connections, Inc. in Cambridge and New York, Founder and Director of Riverside After Adoption Consulting and Training, Pre/Post Adoption Consulting and Training, and All Adoption Consulting and Training.  Dr. Pavao has done extensive training, both nationally and internationally.  She is a lecturer in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and she has consulted to various public and private child welfare agencies, adoption agencies, schools, and community groups, as well as probate and family court judges, lawyers, and clergy.  Additionally, she has worked closely with individuals and families touched by adoption, foster care, and other complex blended family constructions.
August 21, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Melanie Chung-Sherman, who will discuss transracial adoption and attachment Melanie has worked in the field of child welfare--specifically adoption and foster care that spans international adoption, private/domestic adoption, kinship adoption, foster care and matched-adoption for over 19 years. Her specialties include Adoption centered-psychotherapy for individuals, families, and groups; Theraplay; EMDR; Trauma-focused intervention; Adult Attachment Interview; Adoption Lifespan Issues; and Complex grief and loss among other specialties.
August 14, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Dr. Andrew Leeds, who will discuss his work in EMDR therapy.  Andrew M. Leeds, Ph.D. is a licensed Psychologist with over 40 years of private practice experience. He completed EMDR training in 1991. He has conducted EMDR training for 13,000 clinicians in the USA, Canada, Europe, and Japan and presented at numerous conferences. He is the author of the 2016 book, A Guide to the Standard EMDR Therapy Protocols, journal articles and book chapters. He served as Director on the EMDRIA Board 2003-2005. He serves on the Journal of EMDR Editorial Board and is Director of Training for Sonoma Psychotherapy Training Institute, offering EMDRIA and EMDR Europe approved basic training in EMDR.
August 7, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Evangeline Munns, who will discuss applications of group Theraplay.  Dr. Munns  is a certified trainer/supervisor with the Theraplay Institute, Association of Play Therapy, and Canadian Association of Play Therapy. She has led numerous workshops nationally and internationally, authored 2 books plus many articles, supervises and has won several national awards for her work.
July 24, 2018
Welcome to Attachment Theory in Action! Our podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists who are working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Interviews are conducted with individuals who are doing clinical work as well as leading attachment theory researchers. Your host, Karen Doyle Buckwalter will introduce you to Howard Steele, who will discuss reflective function and mentalization. Howard Steele, PhD, is Professor and Chair of Clinical Psychology, at the New School for Social Research in New York City. At the New School,  Dr. Steele co-directs (with Dr. M. Steele) the Center for Attachment Research, www.attachmentresearch.com. Howard Steele is also senior and founding editor of the international journal, Attachment and Human Development, and founding president of the Society for Emotion and Attachment Studies, www.seasintnational.org. Together with Miriam Steele, and Anne Murphy, Howard Steele helped pioneer and test the efficacy of the Group Attachment-Based Intervention (GABI), currently being delivered in all five boroughs of New York City, supported by the Administration of Children’s Services, New York City. Howard Steele is among the 2017 Bowlby-Ainsworth Awardees so recognized by the Center for Mental Health Promotion and the New York Attachment Consortium.   H. Steele is editor (with Miriam Steele) of the 2008 book, Clinical Applications of the Adult Attachment Interview, and the 2018 Handbook of Attachment-Based Interventions, both published by the Guilford Press, New York.  Howard Steele is a member of the Adult Attachment Interview Trainers’ Consortium https://attachment-training.com/training/
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