Trauma Induced Ambivalent Attachment Disorder 

The Trauma Model Therapy (TMT) Is a Treatment Developed By Colin Ross and Supported By A Series Of Evidenced-Based Outcome Studies. TMT is the psychotherapeutic component of this comprehensive trauma model for mental health and addictions. The trauma model is a wide-ranging, scientifically testable theory about the relationship between trauma, mental health disorders, self-defeating behaviors, …

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What is Trauma-Informed Care?

Trauma-Informed Care can be implemented in any type of service setting and is distinct from trauma-specific treatments that specifically address the consequences of trauma. The key concepts of a Trauma-Informed Care approach: Realizes the overall impact of trauma and how it influences the path to recovery Recognizes the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families, staff, …

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