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Philipp Thyben
German-Colombian Entrepreneur
I've invested significant time and resources with coaches, meditation teachers and therapists in order to improve my performance and well being over the past years. Dan Brown has developed one of the most comprehensive approaches for self-mastery combining high quality western (Clinical psychology) and eastern (Tibetan Buddhism) tools. His teachings on attachment, concentration and performance excellence have become my favorite guide to improve my own psychology.
Human Givens Journal
A thought-provoking, inspiring journal about psychology, human behaviour and mental health.
I thoroughly recommend reading this book. Full of practical detail about the three-pillars method, and sample ‘scripts’ and sessions, which I found extremely valuable. I intend, when appropriate, to put the elements that I have described into practice.
Mariana Bozesan
Serial Entrepreneur, Integral Investor, Philanthropist, Author, and full member of the Club of Rome
Dan P. Brown is the best teacher I have had during the past four decades of meditation practice. His pointing-out teaching style is revolutionary and took me the deepest into unknown territory because it seamlessly integrates Western psychology with most advanced Eastern meditation practices. The result is sheer happiness, wisdom and inner and outer success.
Psychology Today
Dianne Roberts Stoler Ed.D. from Psychology Today article
This book, "Attachment Disturbances in Adults: Treatment for Comprehensive Repair," is a major breakthrough in treatment.It should be required reading by every mental health clinician and provider as a basis of treatment. If it were, there would be more positive treatment results for a wide variety of mental health issues.
Dante Cicchetti
McKnight Presidential Chair, Professor of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota
This is an incredibly important volume that makes a stunning contribution to the field. It spectacularly achieves an integration of the lifespan literature on attachment and its sequelae with intervention. Rarely does a scholarly work contribute to the understanding of the processes underlying attachment and its dysfunction while simultaneously providing a clearly delineated prescription for treatment. Practitioners will profit from the detailed clinical vignettes and researchers will gain many ideas warranting empirical investigation.
Ken Wilber
American writer on transpersonal psychology and his own integral theory.
The book provides a very thorough guide of how attachment disturbances can be related to psychopathology such as emotional distress, somatic disorders, trauma, addictions, and personality disorders. . . . [A]n incredibly thorough resource for someone who needs an advanced understanding of attachment issues for a course or for the mental health professional who wishes to integrate this information into their work.
Ronald A Alexander, Ph.D
Author, Clinical Director of the Open Mind Training Institute in Santa Monica, adjunct faculty UCLA
I have known Dan Brown since 1970 where he was my first psychology professor on Altered States of Consciousness in the Psychology department at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He was a seminal influence on my future and present work in the fields of Meditation, Hypnosis, Mind Body Healing, Peak Performance and Trauma Healing. Dan was my very first clinical supervisor and meditation teacher who opened the door to my interests in Tibetian meditation, mind body healing therapies and guided imagery with music. He is the rarest of western psychologists and eastern meditation teachers in that not only is he fluent in Tibetan and Sanskrit languages with unique abilities to translate and teach Dzocghen and Mahamudra in a form that is palitable for us western psychotherapists with a depth and clairty of mind, thought and intellect. I have been a long term student and colleague of Dan's and have studied with him through the Harvard University programs on Hypnosis, Mindfulness, Peak Performance and Cross cultural systems of Meditation, attachment and clinical supervising seminars for over 48 years. His clinical and spiritual influences and teachings have impacted my psychological & meditation practice's adding breath and depth for my own writings, teachings and training of mental health professionals throughout the world. I cannot say enough to bestow the important credit and influence that Dan's teachings have had upon my life and practice in the fields of clinical psychology, meditation, attachement, hynposis and transpersonal psychology. There simply is no other current western teacher who emodies the wealth of sacred knowledge and cross cultural experience that Dan Brown does. It has been a life time honor and blessing to know, study and practice with Dan Brown truly an exceptional standout!​​
Diana Fosha
PhD, author of The Transforming Power of Affect, Director of the AEDP Institute
This is an extraordinary achievement. The must-have book on attachment, it includes everything you need to know about attachment, and then some―history, research, typology AND treatment! Richly comprehensive, precise, and wise, it is honed by real clinical experience, with step-by-step treatment protocols tailored to each attachment classification. This book should be required reading for all graduate students in clinical programs, be they clinical psychology, psychiatry, counseling, or social work. It should be a sine qua non for all attachment researchers. It is a book that any clinician who works with trauma and attachment disturbances―which means all clinicians, for attachment disturbances underlie most major syndromes―should have and master.
PsychCentral
Reviewed by: Tina Arnoldi
The book provides a very thorough guide of how attachment disturbances can be related to psychopathology such as emotional distress, somatic disorders, trauma, addictions, and personality disorders. . . . [A]n incredibly thorough resource for someone who needs an advanced understanding of attachment issues for a course or for the mental health professional who wishes to integrate this information into their work.
Kathy Steele
MN, CS, Clinical Director, Metropolitan Counseling Services. Author of Coping with Trauma-Related Dissociation
A masterpiece of integration, creativity, and clinical wisdom, Attachment Disturbances in Adults stands out as a vibrantly innovative treasure that will endure, one of those rare trail-blazers. Mental health professionals across disciplines will delight in the rich depth and breadth of this essential book, which seamlessly interweaves research, theory and treatment. Brown, Elliott and colleagues have written a tour de force that is surely destined to become an instant classic.
Philipp Thyben
German-Colombian Entrepreneur
I've invested significant time and resources with coaches, meditation teachers and therapists in order to improve my performance and well being over the past years. Dan Brown has developed one of the most comprehensive approaches for self-mastery combining high quality western (Clinical psychology) and eastern (Tibetan Buddhism) tools. His teachings on attachment, concentration and performance excellence have become my favorite guide to improve my own psychology.
Mariana Bozesan
Serial Entrepreneur, Integral Investor, Philanthropist, Author, and full member of the Club of Rome
Dan P. Brown is the best teacher I have had during the past four decades of meditation practice. His pointing-out teaching style is revolutionary and took me the deepest into unknown territory because it seamlessly integrates Western psychology with most advanced Eastern meditation practices. The result is sheer happiness, wisdom and inner and outer success.
Ronald A Alexander, Ph.D
Author, Clinical Director of the Open Mind Training Institute in Santa Monica, adjunct faculty UCLA
I have known Dan Brown since 1970 where he was my first psychology professor on Altered States of Consciousness in the Psychology department at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He was a seminal influence on my future and present work in the fields of Meditation, Hypnosis, Mind Body Healing, Peak Performance and Trauma Healing. Dan was my very first clinical supervisor and meditation teacher who opened the door to my interests in Tibetian meditation, mind body healing therapies and guided imagery with music. He is the rarest of western psychologists and eastern meditation teachers in that not only is he fluent in Tibetan and Sanskrit languages with unique abilities to translate and teach Dzocghen and Mahamudra in a form that is palitable for us western psychotherapists with a depth and clairty of mind, thought and intellect. I have been a long term student and colleague of Dan's and have studied with him through the Harvard University programs on Hypnosis, Mindfulness, Peak Performance and Cross cultural systems of Meditation, attachment and clinical supervising seminars for over 48 years. His clinical and spiritual influences and teachings have impacted my psychological & meditation practice's adding breath and depth for my own writings, teachings and training of mental health professionals throughout the world. I cannot say enough to bestow the important credit and influence that Dan's teachings have had upon my life and practice in the fields of clinical psychology, meditation, attachement, hynposis and transpersonal psychology. There simply is no other current western teacher who emodies the wealth of sacred knowledge and cross cultural experience that Dan Brown does. It has been a life time honor and blessing to know, study and practice with Dan Brown truly an exceptional standout!​​
Human Givens Journal
A thought-provoking, inspiring journal about psychology, human behaviour and mental health.
I thoroughly recommend reading this book. Full of practical detail about the three-pillars method, and sample ‘scripts’ and sessions, which I found extremely valuable. I intend, when appropriate, to put the elements that I have described into practice.
Mariana Bozesan, Ph.D
Serial Entrepreneur, Integral Investor, Philanthropist, Author, and full member of the Club of Rome
Dan P. Brown is the best teacher I have had during the past four decades of meditation practice. His pointing-out teaching style is revolutionary and took me the deepest into unknown territory because it seamlessly integrates Western psychology with most advanced Eastern meditation practices. The result is sheer happiness, wisdom and inner and outer success.
Dante Cicchetti
McKnight Presidential Chair, Professor of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota
This is an incredibly important volume that makes a stunning contribution to the field. It spectacularly achieves an integration of the lifespan literature on attachment and its sequelae with intervention. Rarely does a scholarly work contribute to the understanding of the processes underlying attachment and its dysfunction while simultaneously providing a clearly delineated prescription for treatment. Practitioners will profit from the detailed clinical vignettes and researchers will gain many ideas warranting empirical investigation.
Ken Wilber
American writer on transpersonal psychology and his own integral theory.
The book provides a very thorough guide of how attachment disturbances can be related to psychopathology such as emotional distress, somatic disorders, trauma, addictions, and personality disorders. . . . [A]n incredibly thorough resource for someone who needs an advanced understanding of attachment issues for a course or for the mental health professional who wishes to integrate this information into their work.
Diana Fosha
PhD, author of The Transforming Power of Affect, Director of the AEDP Institute
This is an extraordinary achievement. The must-have book on attachment, it includes everything you need to know about attachment, and then some―history, research, typology AND treatment! Richly comprehensive, precise, and wise, it is honed by real clinical experience, with step-by-step treatment protocols tailored to each attachment classification. This book should be required reading for all graduate students in clinical programs, be they clinical psychology, psychiatry, counseling, or social work. It should be a sine qua non for all attachment researchers. It is a book that any clinician who works with trauma and attachment disturbances―which means all clinicians, for attachment disturbances underlie most major syndromes―should have and master.
PsychCentral
Reviewed by: Tina Arnoldi
The book provides a very thorough guide of how attachment disturbances can be related to psychopathology such as emotional distress, somatic disorders, trauma, addictions, and personality disorders. . . . [A]n incredibly thorough resource for someone who needs an advanced understanding of attachment issues for a course or for the mental health professional who wishes to integrate this information into their work.
Kathy Steele
MN, CS, Clinical Director, Metropolitan Counseling Services. Author of Coping with Trauma-Related Dissociation
A masterpiece of integration, creativity, and clinical wisdom, Attachment Disturbances in Adults stands out as a vibrantly innovative treasure that will endure, one of those rare trail-blazers. Mental health professionals across disciplines will delight in the rich depth and breadth of this essential book, which seamlessly interweaves research, theory and treatment. Brown, Elliott and colleagues have written a tour de force that is surely destined to become an instant classic.

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