April 22, 2016

Narcissism and Self-centered behavior Part #3

Regardless of which pattern is being expressed by an individual in any relationship there is a creation of interactional dynamics that are frequently exhausting, frustrating, personally painful, and emotionally trying. The remaining text is dedicated to illustrating the differences in the dual symptom structure of narcissism starting with the inhibited symptoms […]
April 15, 2016

Narcissism and Self-centered behavior Part #2

Attachment is about the degree that one feels emotionally connected to others, and the predictable nature of that connection. When attachment is inconsistent or poor the predictable nature of the emotional connection is vague and ill-formed. This appreciably reduces trust and the calm expectation of support that human beings rely […]
April 7, 2016

Narcissism and Self-centered behavior Part #1

A client once sat and expressed that his singular talent was “pissing off” everyone he knew in his life. Even those that started liking him soon learned that he was less than likable in most interactions. The real difficulty was that he was a very intelligent and competent professional and […]
March 25, 2016

Arizona Trauma Institute supports Winged Hope Family Advocacy Foundation Event

Arizona Trauma Institute is pleased to support the activity of Winged Hope.  Winged Hope Family Advocacy Foundation Hosts its Third Annual Fundraising Event, The Hope Run.  Family-Friendly Event Raises Funds to Help Victims of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence, and Provide Support for Interrelated Issues like Sex Trafficking, Bullying and […]
March 24, 2016

Arizona Trauma Institute teams with the Arizona Supreme Court’s move to being trauma sensitive

The Arizona Trauma Institute, a regional training and consulting organization, is pleased to announce that we will be working collaboratively with the Arizona Supreme Court’s Detention Education and Juvenile Justice Services Division. The training will focus on supporting all staff in supporting the creation of a more trauma sensitive system […]
March 22, 2016

The Arizona Trauma Institute in collaboration with the AZ ACE Consortium is offering training to community members and professionals

  Back by Popular Demand “Being Trauma Sensitive: What you need to know to create a better life for children and families” Dr. Robert Rhoton will again present a unique discussion of the elements of trauma, with supporting materials on the nature of how trauma can impact life and relationships, […]