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Recording Healing Pre-verbal Attachment Trauma


¿WHAT IS PRE-VERBAL ATTACHMENT TRAUMA? Preverbal attachment trauma is much more common than generally thought and creates fierce and often primitive protectors. These parts are terrified to separate and risk leaving the exiles they care so deeply about to face a world without love…alone. 

Extreme parts, chronically dysregulated parts, abjectly lonely and terrified parts–all need love but don’t know how to get it.

¿WHAT WILL YOUR LEARN? This workshop will cover the advance concepts of Preverbal Attachment Trauma and will focus on: Working with preverbal trauma as legacy burden, Co-regulating dysregulated parts and Using the therapeutic relationship to grow Self-energy in the system.

As usual, Colleen will bring her trademark and infectious enthusiasm for the work to ensure an engaging and fun workshop – the subject matter is heavy, the therapist does not need to be!




Colleen West, Marriage & Family Therapist, IFS Approved Consultant

Colleen is all about helping create connection: between you and your parts, between you and your loved ones, between you, your community, and the wider world. She is unabashedly optimistic about the human capacity to heal, to tap into the wellspring of compassion that is Self. Her professional focus is healing preverbal attachment trauma. As an IFS Consultant, she devotes herself to training and mentoring psychotherapists, and writing. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and the fabulous dog Sky. In her leisure, she likes spending time in nature and preparing feasts for family and friends.

Colleen is author of:

We all have parts: An illustrated guide to healing trauma with Internal Family Systems

The IFS flip chart: A psychoeducational tool for unlocking the incredible healing potential of the multiple mind.



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