Registration for
PACT® - Level 1 and 2 Certification Training


The attachment drive for a secure base involves neurological and neuroendocrine systems and subsystems that determine such things as proximity seeking and contact maintenance. Couples most commonly enter therapy due to repeated, anticipated, and intense periods of mutual dysregulation whereby attachment injuries and adaptations become re-animated. In order to make the most of attachment theory, the psychotherapist must incorporate a working knowledge of the neurobiological processes that underlie all primary attachment relationships. In addition, the couples therapist must possess a coherent narrative that explains where the couple has been, where they are, and where they must go. In other words, the therapist must be able to answer the question: why be together?

Click here for information about and to register for "A Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy®:
Level 1 Certification Training".

Click here for information about and to register for "A Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy®:
Level 2 Certification Training".