The Attachment & Trauma Institute

The Attachment and Trauma Institute (ATI) is dedicated to helping individuals and families experience healing in their lives and relationships with others.  In order to achieve this goal, we have combined the latest research within the fields of psychology including trauma theory, attachment theory, neuroscience and affect regulation and we combine this training with applied clinical practice. We also recognize the importance of partnering with other supporting agencies. For The Attachment and Trauma Institute, partnership is about working together throughout the treatment process with an individual and family. Our goal being to see individuals and families receive healing and ultimately break the cycle of dependency upon the mental health system at large.

A Three-Fold Approach to Healing:

  1. Advanced Trauma Training– All of our Graduate level Counselors receive 50 hours of continuing education in trauma theory and applied practice relating to developmental trauma, attachment theory and a family systems model.
  2. Accountability– We are committed to providing Quality In Home and Mental Health Support Counseling Services.  We welcome the feedback from supporting agencies and families receiving our services.
  3. Intervention– ATI’s trained Counselors are tremendously passionate about their work and are committed to the individuals and families they work with. All counseling interventions will support healing from past traumatic events to prevent unhealthy behavior patterns from forming lifelong.