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SOA13 205 with Diane Poole Heller

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One Response to SOA13 205 with Diane Poole Heller

  1. dawnbhat says:

    Diane, I so appreciate your sensational talk, your brilliant synthesis of complex science and the moving demonstrations you showed. As an attendee at your somatic attachment workshops and a student of Somatic Experiencing, I am fascinated by how you explain and work with early attachment trauma. The application of this work, for me, went beyond the consulting room to include personal transformation. As a clinician I am confident that integrating various threads of your treatment approach may help provide long lasting change for those suffering from attachment wounds.

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