The Cycle of Harmful Romantic Relationships Can Be Broken – Learn How in This Month’s Lunch & Learn

Most people first learn how to love through developing attachments to their parents and caregivers throughout infancy and early childhood.  

But when those first attachments are unstable, they can become insecure and lead to unhealthy and potentially harmful romantic relationships throughout adulthood. 

Good news: this cycle can be broken!

Here at Nysa Therapy we have methods for over-riding our patient’s painful attachment projections, and for our February Lunch & Learn Webinar we’re sharing these tools with current and future mental health practitioners. 1 ECU available.

On Monday, February 21st from 12PM to 1PM, “Romantic Disappointment: Falling in Love With People Who Harm” will provide attendees with a working understanding of how insecure attachment in infancy and toddlerhood affects romantic relationships in adulthood and how the therapist can effectively heal their patient’s attachment wounds.


After completing the training, attendees will be able to:

  • Define the difference between bonding and attachment
  • Develop therapeutic interventions to over-ride the patient’s attachment projections

Presented by Stephen Diggs, PhD. Dr. Diggs is the founder and director of Nysa Therapy and has 25 years of study and practice in the treatment of personality disorders.


Approved continuing education provider by the NBCC

This webinar is designed for licensed therapists (MFT, LCSW, LPCC), associate therapists, and graduate students in programs leading to licensure as an MFT, LCSW, or LPCC. It is approved for 1 CE hour. Nysa Therapy has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education provider,  ACEP# 6846.  Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Nysa Therapy is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.