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Introducing a ground-breaking new ebook by Mari Grande: 

Breaking Chains: 
A Beginner's Guide to Overcoming the Mother Wound

This book is a starter guide to understanding how you can Overcome the Mother Wound. In it, Mari provides basic concepts and definitions of Attachment Theory, explains what a Mother Wound is, defines types of Mother Wounds, and how Mother Wounds are formed.

To delve deeper into the topic, you may be interested in the full book version that expands on the concepts covered in this e-book, adds real-life examples to illustrate them, and is styled as a workbook with art exercises, visualizations, and writing prompts that takes you on a journey of transformation and healing to Overcome the Mother Wound. The full book version can be purchased here: https://www.creativehealingintegration.com/book-overcoming-the-mother-wound

To have the complete experience of Overcoming the Mother Wound with Mari Grande, use the full version of the book and accompany that with the Overcoming the Mother Wound Course and Membership.

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Amazon: $2.99

Your ebook will be delivered via email after purchase.

Meet the Author, Mari Grande

Mari Grande is a licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Clinical Social Worker in private practice, where she sees individuals and groups online. Originally from California, she now lives and works in New York.

Her specialty is helping her clients work through overwhelming circumstances to understand themselves and their relationships better. She is a Registered, Board-Certified Art Therapist, Psychoanalyst, EMDR Therapist and Consultant, Hypnotherapist, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP). Mari is on the Institute for Expressive Analysis (IEA) faculty, former Director of Admissions at IEA, and former Director of Advisement at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies (NIP) Executive Committee of the Integrative Trauma Program. Her area of expertise is using creativity to heal relational trauma. Mari also offers courses and workshops online to heal trauma through creativity and embodiment in the role of Teacher and Coach.