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Getting Your Ducks in a Row Before You Go- by the Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc.



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Getting Your Ducks in a Row Before You Go

Introductory Webinar recorded 2012.  FREE.  Links to the webinar and materials will be sent to you after checkout.

Lark Eshleman, Ph.D. and Anna Paravano, MS

Join Lark and Anna as they give tips and strategies for preparing your traumatized child and yourself for times when you will be away from them. Whether going to a conference, on a business trip or other time away, understanding the feelings of abandonment this can cause and the positive, constructive things you can do to help ease this transition are crucial.

This webinar is Part 1 of a two-part workshop about the importance of planning and preparing your traumatized children (and ones with attachment disorder) if you are taking a trip without them (i.e. going to a conference).  This webinar, given by Lark Eshelman, Ph.D. and Anna Paravano, MS, CID is presented in the Attachment & Trauma Network’s online classroom.  Part 2 was a live event at the 2012 ATTACh Conference and is not available at this time.

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