How To Resolve Attachment Trauma

Healing is about LEARNING.
It’s time to stop pretending that a doctor will solve your problems for you.

The best doctor is the doctor within.

In my 25 years in the field of health and mind/body healing, I’ve discovered the exact steps
that in all the years I’ve seen patients, clients, and now students, the ones that heal and get great results for chronic conditions like anxiety, chronic pain, digestive and auto-immune conditions,
are the ones that take it upon themselves to become their own healers, and decide to go all-in with healing their attachment wounds.

It’s no secret that Adverse Childhood Events cause developmental traumas that get stored in our bodies and dysregulate our nervous systems.

It’s no secret that these wounds with our primary attachments (parents) are the ROOT CAUSE of our emotional injuries that spill into our teen years and bleed all over our adult relationships.

They even impact our parenting.

So that’s why I created a 90 minute training that spells out exactly what must be done
to make sure you’re putting your focus on the right things to heal, and not leaving ANYTHING on the table.

If you want to learn about the 3 other necessary steps, join my free Facebook community called “Trigger Proof” and introduce yourself and ask a question.

Without understanding the impact of our attachment wounds, we enter relationships blindly expecting them to fix what was unresolved with your parents.

And we all know how that turns out.

Want to learn how to break the cycle so your children don’t experience the same? Join my free Facebook community and engage.

Looking forward to meeting you, #CycleBreaker



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Dr. Nima Rahmany

Dr. Nima Rahmany is a retired Chiropractor and interpersonal trauma specialist studying and teaching principles of healing mind and body.