One of the biggest fallouts from the pandemic is that parent-child conflict was amplified or exacerbated to an extremely high level. At the Family Trauma Institute, we call this “interactional trauma” or constant conflict between parent and child (drama=trauma) that leads to resentment, bitterness, and lost attachment. Often, the quickest way to heal this type of deep trauma is through the child or adolescent’s love language. Each child has a special one. For some its “words of affirmation” and for others “quality time”. But our parents often have no clue what it is or why it’s so important. Therefore, both counselors and parent must have the tools to locate love languages and utilize them to heal the deep trauma between parent and child. Join me as I show you how with video case examples that illustrate this effective love language approach.
DATE: Wednesday, December 21
TIME: 12 - 1 pm EST
COST: Free with REGISTRATION HERE
Join Dr. Scott Sells to learn:
- How interactional trauma is formed and what to do about it
- What are love languages and why are they so critical to your treatment success
- How to quickly locate love languages and incorporate them into treatment
- Intensive Q & A with Dr. Sells will follow this discussion.
The webinar is from 12 - 1 pm EDT and does NOT offer continuing education or attendance certificates.