Join us for the Introduction to Being a Family Attachment Therapist” training in Tucson, Arizona, from January 18th to 21st, hosted by In Balance Continuum of Care.

This training is for clinicians – particularly those in residential and wilderness therapy programs – who want to dive deeper into attachment therapy’s theory and practical implementation.

Facilitated by Jim Thomas LMFT, International Trainer, and Amanda L. Thomas LMFT, this training will cover the following: 

  • Big picture: Attachment Theory and Research
  • Strategy: Leveraging interpersonal neurobiology to increase treatment success
  • Interventions: Engaging, supporting, and increasing attachment security in client systems
  • Experiential Practice: R. E. A. L. (Rich, Emotional, Authentic Learning)

Lunch, beverages, and snacks will be provided each day. Attendees will be our guests each evening for special activities and tours by In Balance. 


We look forward to welcoming you to Tucson this January and working with you through this dynamic training! 

*Being a Family Attachment Therapist Intro Training has been approved by NBCC for 24 CE credit hours. The integrative Approach is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. ACEP – 7010