content of systemic Li Training

The content


The assets of LI

The psychobiological model of the LI process

Accessing dysfunctional attachments and early trauma

Understanding the theory and practical model of systemic LI

Specific advantages of systemic LI

Some important theoretical concepts


The importance of subcortical appeasement in the family system

The impact of attachment quality on child brain development

Transmission of the attachment mode between parent and child


Practice systemic LI


Step by step construction of a systemic LI therapy concept

Identifying the need for prior parental work

Double attunement between the developmental stage of the initial trauma and young patient’s the current age

Adaptation of LI protocols for youngsters and adolescents

Establishing the memory cue lists with couples or families/children


Practical aspects of the clinical setting


The therapist's place

Managing multiple caps: the frame, the process, the parents, the children/youth

Observing and adjusting the activation curve

Managing dissociation

The parent's place

The place of the child according to his age

The advantage of the parent's presence for the child

Therapist-child interaction in the presence of the parent

Deciphering the behaviour/movement of the child/youth

Adjustments according to specific situations

Adoption, divorce, dysfunctional attachment figure

Trauma integration for couples


Teaching methods


Theory, case study , practicum, video, case analysis