Join Stephanie and Dan as they talk with Dr. Harry Motro of NeuroDiverse Couples’ Counseling Center. Today the topic is trauma, shame cycles, breaking negative cycles, and building healthy communication. Dr. Motro explains more about attachment and the importance of understanding the hurts and needs of others in order to heal from past wounds.
About Dr. Motro in his own words:
Being married for 38 years and having raised children to adulthood, I have certainly made my fair share of mistakes and have learned how to turn that into growth. My work with you is built upon decades of real-life experience, not just textbook knowledge.
I use scientifically-validated psychotherapy techniques for couples which have been proven effective through decades of research with thousands of couples. My core approach is built on Emotion-Focused Therapy-EFT with components of the Gottman Method, Internal Family Systems, and Imago Therapy added in when it is helpful.
How to find Dr. Motro:
The cycle graph Dr. Motro mentioned is found at:
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