Introduction to AARM

Would you like to become an Attachment Trauma expert and set yourself apart from other coaches, healers and even therapists??

How effective can your work with clients be when you are the only one who can help them the way no one else has done before?


Remember all those clients that made you struggle. You were doing your best but their progress was either slow or non-existent. You kept asking yourself “If my methods worked so well with my other clients why are they failing now?”

I have been working with attachment trauma for more than 30 years now and I can tell you that a lot of client’s problems therapists and healers are dealing with stem from attachment trauma.

Having said that, you will never have a client who would come to you give you an accurate self diagnosis of their problems.

It’s up to you to find what’s really causing their suffering.

There are a lot of books that miss the mark when it comes to healing attachment trauma. Your clients try to self diagnose by watching YouTube videos, reading self help books and referring to other online resources. However, rather than being helped by these resources they are confused with the inaccurate analysis and misled by useless attachment style labels.

 Let’s look at some of these existential markers and what your client would say about each:

Diminished Capacity for Self-Care

Your client would say:
I don’t love myself. How can I learn to love and value myself?

Debilitating Self-Doubt

Your client would say:
I have negative beliefs. I want to clear them.

Diminished resiliency

Your client would say:
I have low frustration tolerance. OR
I am a hypersensitive person.

Diminished capacity for sensory processing

Your client would say:
I have an avoidant attachment style.

 Inability to Tolerate well-being

Your client would say:
I have an anxious attachment style.

I can go on and on but you get the idea. Your clients would self diagnose and misinterpret all their existential anguish markers and mislabel them based on something they learn in self help books and videos. And if you let their suggestions mislead you, you may get stuck in a situation with no progress. 

Instead of wasting time trying to learn a client’s attachment style, you’ll learn that you need to figure out the severity of their attachment trauma. “Is it a cold or is it pneumonia?”. 

One way to do this is by identifying and understanding their existential anguish that they cannot see for themselves. 

As you can see, recognizing existential anguish markers and using  somatic based therapy modalities are important abilities that any practitioner should have. Having spent a lifetime perfecting them, I can honestly say learning these abilities will give your clients relief that no one else has been able to give them. 

Granted, It does take time, dedication and a strong commitment.

My main AARM training course takes 8 months, requires 3 offline meetings and costs more than $5000. And yes, that is a big commitment.

But fortunately, there’s a much shorter and far cheaper course for you to take before deciding if A.A.R.M. is a training in which you want to invest.

With the  “Introduction to AARM Course”, you can get a deeper understanding of attachment trauma, somatic therapy, and become far more effective in helping your clients.

In the video course “Introduction to AARM” you will learn:

  • Why working on attachment trauma is working with sensory experiences
  • How disappointment contributes to attachment trauma
  • Why attachment therapy is body therapy
  • Why EMDR does not always work with attachment trauma
  • What is the Adult attachment Repair Model
  • Why the way we communicate with each other has as much power as any other type of energy like chemicals or electrical currents
  • How did I originate the idea of a Transitional Attachment Object
  • Why you can’t do bodywork without having a bottom-up approach
  • Why genogram is important for healing attachment trauma
  • Why you don’t need to ask your client what they want to work on
  • How you can recognise preverbal trauma in a client
  • How you can recognise neglect trauma in a client
  • Why being seen brings healing to your client
  • What an AARM therapy session looks
  • What you do in the first segment of the AARM therapy session
  • When you should go to the second part of the AARM therapy session
  • What you do in the second segment of the AARM therapy session
  • When you should go to the third part of the AARM therapy session
  • What you do in the third segment of the AARM therapy session
  • How to deal with the subtlety of the unspoken
  • How the Transitional Attachment Object may be an attachment thermometer and show attachment traumas
  • How alexithymic people react to the Transitional Attachment Object
  • How autistic people react to the Transitional Attachment Object
  • Why talk therapy can’t work with body experiences

It’s like getting a sneak peak into my main AARM training that will help you get a new perspective on healing attachment trauma.

If you’re ready to learn this new approach to attachment trauma


Regular Price $33



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