Before you leave

Check out Kayla's

CEU Cast

"Emotional Regulation in Children and Teens"

and earn a Oklahoma board approved CEU!

"I appreciated how the techniques described are easy to integrate into practice and can be applicable to many of the clients I see".

- CEU Cast Listener

Mending Broken Bonds:

Foundations in Attachment Based and Trauma Informed Treatment

Presented by Kayla Jones, M.A., L.P.C.

 March 9, 2019 from 9am to 12:15pm.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Edmond, Oklahoma,

3840 E 2nd St, Edmond, OK 73034

$65 for Licensed Professionals (LPCs,LMFTs, LADCs,LCSWs)

FREE for Licensure Candidates and Graduate Students (Space is limited)

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Edmond, Oklahoma

3840 E 2nd St, Edmond, OK 73034

March 9, 2019 from 9am to 12:15pm.

The Counseling Institute

Edmond Counseling and Professional Development's

Counseling Institute

CEUs for Oklahoma LPCs, LMFTs, LADCs, and LCSWs

We have gathered research in brain science and mental health news from major news sources and professional associations all for your convenience.

Kayla Jones

                     Edmond Counseling

                                       ​​& Professional Development, LLC                                              

1320 East 9th Street, Suite 6, Edmond, Ok. 73034              Phone- (405) 440- 3034     Fax- (405) 531-9386



Do you ever work with families and wonder “how can I help this family come together? Can I help these parents cope with their child’s behavior?” Attachment is an emotional bond that is formed through nurture and care but can be very complex to repair once disrupted. In this training, we will look to gain a better understanding about what attachment looks like in all stages of life along with how behaviors correspond with different attachment styles. We will also gain an understanding of how attachment can become disrupted through trauma. Kayla Jones will introduce Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and other therapeutic Interventions to provide skills and concepts that can be utilized in the office with clients or taught to families to use in their homes to repair bonds and build “felt safety”.n this workshop, Kayla Jones  will further expand on Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and other therapeutic Interventions to address trauma in children. Mrs. Jones will discuss specific techniques, activities, and interventions to help repair attachment bonds and build “felt safety”.

This is a stand alone workshop. Participants are not required to have attended the afternoon workshop- Mending Broken Bonds: Techniques Utilized in Attachment Based and Trauma Informed Treatment.

This workshop is approved for 3 CEUs for Oklahoma Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers (provider number 20190088), and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors (non-specific, provider number 20190018)

Attendees will leam:

1. Understanding Attachment by learning about different attachment styles that is seen in Childhood and how it transfers to Adulthood.

2. Review of Attachment disorders, how trauma affects attachment and how to rebuild bonds after trauma

3. Explore Trauma Informed Interventions to promote attachment and connection.

Kayla Jones, M.A., L.P.C.

​​Kayla Jones is a licensed professional counselor working private practice in Edmond, OK. She obtained her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southern Nazarene University in 2014 and became licensed in February 2017. She has experience working with children in acute and residential treatment programs and children, teens, and adults in out-patient community mental health programs. Kayla has received extensive training in multiple evidence-based psychotherapies including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She has also attended Practioner training for Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) in Texas in 2017 and has been utilizing this approach since. Today, Kayla works as an outpatient clinician at Edmond Counseling and Professional Development, adjunct professor at University of Central Oklahoma, and therapist for HALO Project, a therapeutic foster care organization, as a Kid’s Club Leader where she utilizes TBRI principles.