Childhood Attachment Trauma – You Don’t Want To Do Trauma Therapy

Childhood Attachment Trauma is something so many of us faced in life and if you are working with clients in any form – be it counselling, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, complementary therapy, sports injuries, massage, life coaching etc etc then perhaps…

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No matter what kind of coach, therapist or healer you may be.  No matter who your clients are or what they come to see you for – there are a few universal truths that will always ring true.

#1 We All Carry Core Wounds

Firstly, We all carry core wounds that are unconscious and implicit from childhood. Most of us don’t even know that they are there – until we try and make some changes in our lives and we find we only get so far and then we seem to get stuck, procrastinate or sabotage our best efforts. We end up a hamster wheel of making effort, doing well, falling down, and starting all over again. This cycle can only end when we the core issue and that is our core wounds.  We never really get through DiClimente and Proschaska’s Wheel of Change – we lapse and fall off of the proverbial wagon only to dust ourselves off, get back up and try again.

#2 We All Have Childhood Attachment Injuries To A Greater or Lesser Degree

Secondly, Maybe the words core wounds won’t resonate with you or the kind of clients you work with so instead we could use the language around childhood attachment injuries. Approximately 50% of the population have an insecure attachment style. So many of us carry some kind of unconscious implicit early childhood attachment trauma that makes it difficult for us to manage our emotions and regulate our nervous system. Some clients have too much emotion and struggle to keep emotions in balance. Others seem completely disconnected from their emotional life. We find some of our clients are often on an emotional roller coaster or numbed out  Some clients are easy to get on with and others are hard work because we just can’t seem to make that connection with them.

#3 Clients Present Unique Problems

Thirdly, you might look at the kinds of problems clients present as unique and individual.  Maybe you have clients that come to you because they were bullied, developed a phobia, seized up during a match or some kind of performance, got a bad case of the yip during a game of golf.  Maybe you work with clients who have had a difficult relationship break-up and are healing from heart break or clients who experienced war, famine, disaster, dislocation or inter generational trauma.  Or maybe your clients experienced divorce,  discrimination, job loss, injury, violence or death of a loved one.  Trauma comes in so many different guises as we move through life, and so often we encounter clients who are left with the fall-out childhood trauma as measured on the Adverse Childhood Experiences scale.

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