April 17, 2021
Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships—the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace.” In this presentation we’ll discuss the critical role relationships play in life and healing. We’ll discuss the earliest template for all relationships based on attachment theory, how adverse childhood experiences impede a good life, and one of the most evidence-based frameworks for understanding healing in the context of relationships.
In this training you will learn to understand the role of relationships in life and healing, explore early influences on relationships, including attachment, ACEs, and trauma, discuss the Contextual Model and how it relates to healing outcomes, and how the 5-Actions Program promotes healing relationships.
What You’ll Learn
- Understand the role of relationships in life and healing
- Explore early influences on relationships, including attachment, ACEs, and trauma
- Discuss the Contextual Model and how it relates to healing outcomes
- How the 5-Actions Program promotes healing relationships
John Fitzgerald is the creator of the 5-Actions Program™. Dr. Fitzgerald has been on Clinical Faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at Oregon Health & Sciences University since 1998, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon since 2001, and a Certified Addiction Specialist since 2006. He holds a doctoral degree in systems science and social psychology from the Systems Science Graduate Program at Portland State University where he has also held an Adjunct Faculty position since 2007. His career has been devoted to understanding addiction and its treatments, and translating that knowledge into the 5-Actions Program.