Carmen Spagnola helps people heal the wounds of disconnection from self, from each other, from spirit, and from the natural world.

She is a Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist, Professional Intuitive, and Licensed Wilderness Guide who helps spiritual seekers re-connect to their soul. She is also a Somatic Attachment Practitioner, having trained with Diane Poole Heller, PhD, in Somatic Attachment Re-Patterning.

Her wilderness quests are a modern day rite of passage for people seeking initiation into the mysteries of birth, death, and regeneration, and are uniquely situated in the liminal space between personal and ancestral healing work, trauma recovery, and cultural repair. In her clinical practice, she applies Attachment Theory to healing models that are somatic (body-based) and actively tap the creativity and resilience of the subconscious mind using trance, meditation and visualization.

Sessions with this presenter:

Attachment Theory for Adult Relationships

A framework for healing the wounds of disconnection.

Healing relationship trauma is like learning a new language – it’s doable, requires patience and self-compassion, and gets easier with practice.

In this chock-a-block session, you’ll learn to become conversant in attachment styles so you can repair broken bonds, shift relational dynamics, and heal into secure…

Session Day: Sunday Session Time: 2:30 PM Session Room: COM: Haro