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1152d – Webinar – Reactive Attachment Disorder Throughout the Lifespan


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(January 2016) Beginning with early childhood trauma, the human relationships that are formed either serve us well…
or leave us vulnerable throughout life. Join child and family therapist, Deena McMahon, MSW, LICSW as she demonstrates how disrupted attachments impact individuals as they age. She explores the many
facets of our lives that are affected by insecure attachments, such as college, work, romantic relationships, and extended family and friendships. The following objectives will be discussed during this
90-minute presentation: (Questions are encouraged)

  • Characterization of the four types of attachment
  • Description of how secure attachment is formed
  • How to identify symptoms of insecure attachment throughout the lifespan (infancy, early childhood,
    adolescence, young adulthood, middle age, and beyond)

Deena McMahon, MSW, LICSW has more than 20 years of experience as a therapist
working with families and children. She speaks throughout Minnesota and nationally on the dynamics of attachment, brain development and early trauma and how to effectively serve children and families involved in the child welfare system. She also has expertise in child sexual abuse and frequently serves as an expert witness in court proceedings regarding permanency issues.

(1 hour, 40 minutes)

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