The Codependency: Cure: Treating Codependency as a Trauma and Addiction Disorder taps into Ross Rosenberg’s 28 years of experience working with codependents and trauma survivors, to create clinical frameworks, techniques and strategies to treat codependency, trauma and addictions. Like his previous work, he delivers the information in manner that is topical, personal, clinically relevant, entertaining and personally transformative.
Paleonpsychotherapy and Trauma Fossils are powerful psychological metaphors that aptly communicate the complexity of buried childhood attachment trauma and the effective treatment of it. Ross Rosenberg, a trauma, codependency and addictions expert, will explain why many presenting problems are actuality symptoms of deeper underlying psychological problems, which have long been relegated to the dark confines of one’s unconscious.
Codependency, for example, is rooted in childhood attachment trauma, which, over the years, has been covered up with layers of ‘sediment.” With each passing year, inaction and lack of attention to the original trauma results in successive layers of accumulated “sediment,” which, over time, eventually morphs into a harder rock-like boundary protecting the person from their forgotten and unresolved trauma. Because of the powerful natural forces of compaction, the original trauma eventually becomes “fossilized.”
With meticulous care, paleonpsychotherapists carefully, cautiously and empathically dig down to the original layer of sediment where the trauma fossil has been ensconced. With the full attention to the trauma fossil, this form of psychotherapy aims to resolve the underlying problems that have previously been ignored, invisible or unresponsive to other forms of treatment.
In this training Rosenberg will present an outline for paleonpsychotherapy, which uses specialized techniques to dig though the layers of one’s life in order to unearth one’s trauma fossils - forgotten identity and unresolved early childhood trauma