Online Workshop Presented by Michelle Mays, LPC, CSAT-S
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In childhood, many of us experienced parenting that was at times less than nurturing or perhaps even overtly critical, neglectful, or indulgent. When that happens, we grow up and become adults who treat ourselves the same way that we were treated, parenting ourselves from the paradigm that we know.
Building on the developmental trauma model developed by Pia Mellody, this workshop is designed to help you to:
- Identify the wounded child within and the hurts that are part of your story.
- Identify the adaptive child who learned certain ways of relating to the world to cope with the hurts that were happening.
- Learn how to re-parent yourself from a functional nurturing adult self — changing your relationship with yourself and how you relate to those you love.
Who Should Attend this Workshop?
- Individuals who are working to heal the impacts of childhood trauma.
- Individuals who want to learn how to change patterns of negative self-talk or self-destructive behaviors.
- Individuals who want to understand the way their family of origin may have impacted them, as they work toward healing.
- Couples who want to learn to communicate with clarity and purpose.
- Therapists, coaches and other helpers who want to learn a model for helping individuals work through the impacts of childhood trauma or neglect.
About the Presenter:
Michelle Mays, LPC, CSAT-S is the Founder of PartnerHope.com and the Center for Relational Recovery, an outpatient treatment center located in Northern Virginia. She has helped hundreds of betrayed partners and sexually addicted clients transform their lives and relationships. Michelle is the author of The Aftermath of Betrayal and When It All Breaks Bad and leads the field in identifying and crafting effective treatment strategies for betrayed partners.