There are many layers to the impact of experiencing childhood trauma. Attachment wounds are woven throughout many of these layers.
In today’s episode I’ll share an example of how they can manifest on this healing journey and what happens when they’re not recognized as part of the overall healing process.
This episode underscores the importance of addressing the root causes of symptoms rather than merely treating surface-level manifestations (for example, symptoms associated with depression or anxiety).
I share the importance of the role of a skilled therapist in fostering a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship which allows you to have experiences that help heal core wounds and build secure attachments.
If you have a question you’d like me to answer related to healing from childhood or emotional trauma, please send to email@example.com
This podcast is for informational purposes and is not mental health advice nor a replacement for professional mental health treatment.
- Today’s episode discusses the challenges of healing from childhood trauma and the fear and uncertainty that can prevent people from starting or continuing their healing journey.
- The episode mentions a therapist seeking advice on handling a client with attachment issues and borderline personality disorder who resists cutting back on therapy sessions.
- The importance of understanding underlying issues and core wounds in therapy is emphasized, rather than just treating surface-level symptoms of depression and anxiety.
- This episode highlights the need for specialized therapists experienced in working with survivors of childhood trauma to navigate the complexities of attachment issues.
- Building secure and safe attachment and connection is crucial in the healing process, and finding the right therapist who can provide support and understanding is essential.
Stay Connected and Follow me on Social Media: