Attachment Theory and Clinical Practice

Merging Traditional and Modern Attachment Theory with Brain Neurobiology
Sunday 12th November 10am-1pm

This workshop offers participants a fresh and updated perspective on attachment, and how early experiences shape the way humans relate to each other. This workshop will integrate cutting-edge brain neurobiology with clinical practice in ways that will enhance working relationships with clients of all ages.

This is a workshop not to be missed – book your tickets here

Cristina Odigie-Bulnes is an experienced UKCP registered Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist who supports children, young people and adults via talking and creative therapies such as arts, play and sand-tray therapies. Her therapeutic framework is integrative: this means that she combines various approaches and theories to understand and tailor to her clients’ specific needs.

She is passionate about integrating key neuroscientific research within her clinical practice, and she is also passionate about delivering specialist relevant training to agencies, schools, and parents/carers.

She trained at leading child and adolescent psychotherapy training centre Terapia, based in London, and since finishing her studies she has become more specialised in matters around trauma and dissociation, social neuroscience, emotional containment and regulation, and attachment.

Due to her upbringing and life experiences, she has a multicultural and multilinguistic background which allows her to make sense of and reflect on her clients’ diverse cultures, experiences, beliefs and values.

She works with adults, children and young people in her private practice, and also runs specialist school-based psychotherapy services in two special schools in Lincoln. One day a week she also works as a child therapist at a sexual abuse and trauma charity in Yorkshire.

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