Restoration Therapy is a Marriage and Family Therapeutic Model that efficiently identifies a client’s identity and safety patterns, while empowering client emotional regulation and mindfulness for behavioral change.
Identity and Safety Patterns
Emotional Regulation and Mindfulness
Understanding Restoration Therapy
Restoration Therapy combines the advantages of Attachment Theory, Emotional Regulation and Mindfulness in an efficient and organized fashion that allows both the therapist and client to clearly understand old destructive patterns of behavior and promote change.
One of the main advantages of RT is it approach provides the therapist with a clear understanding how violations of love and trustworthiness develop into problems of identity and safety. This keeps the therapist organized and focused on patterns difficult for clients to change. As the therapist makes these identity and safety patterns known, clients can be helped by making more thoughtful and informed choices about personal beliefs about self and relationships resulting in long lasting behavior change.
“Simply stated, this by far is the best workshop I have ever attended”
“The examples and demonstrations of techniques make the concepts of Restoration Therapy come alive and makes me think, “I can do this!”
RT Level II Trainee
“Actually, was above excellent in terms of content and presentation. You cannot help but be a little changed cognitively and emotionally.”
“Restoration therapy is such an accessible model and certainly gives me skills to directly help my clients more. "
"The most useful and beneficial trainings I have ever been to."
“There is no doubt in my mind that I am not only a better therapist by coming to this training, I am a better person.”
RT Level II Trainee
“It is wonderful to see a master therapist at work who knows how to get to the heart of issues so well. It re-energizes me to work with my clients in a more effective way."