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Adaptive Internal Relational (AIR) Network Model of Therapy

What is AIR Network Therapy?

Adaptive Internal Relational Network therapy (AIR) is an evidence-based neuro-developmental therapeutic approach to give people who have experienced complex trauma the freedom and resources to engage fully with themselves and in relationships with others. 

AIR has been developed over the past 20 years by Dawn McClelland Phd, LP, Patti Miller MA LP and Phyllis Solon PsyD, LP. To learn more visit the AIR Network Institute.

How does AIR Network Therapy work?

For all people, regardless of trauma, neural networks form in a developmental sequence and are impacted by environmental and relational experiences. Trauma affects how networks of emotion, thought, and perception are formed and neurologically embedded in the brain and body.

Through AIR, healthy connections are strengthened in the brain, increasing clients’ abilities to manage automatic fear and numbing responses, the flight/fight/freeze response, which were adaptive to survival. 

Who can I see for AIR Network Resourcing?

AIR Network trained therapists:

Adaptive Internal Relational (AIR) Network Model of Therapy

What is AIR Network Therapy?

Adaptive Internal Relational Network therapy (AIR) is an evidence-based neuro-developmental therapeutic approach to give people who have experienced complex trauma the freedom and resources to engage fully with themselves and in relationships with others. 

AIR has been developed over the past 20 years by Dawn McClelland Phd, LP, Patti Miller MA LP and Phyllis Solon PsyD, LP. To learn more visit the AIR Network Institute.

How does AIR Network Therapy work?

For all people, regardless of trauma, neural networks form in a developmental sequence and are impacted by environmental and relational experiences. Trauma affects how networks of emotion, thought, and perception are formed and neurologically embedded in the brain and body.

Through AIR, healthy connections are strengthened in the brain, increasing clients’ abilities to manage automatic fear and numbing responses, the flight/fight/freeze response, which were adaptive to survival. 

Who can I see for AIR Network Resourcing?

AIR Network trained therapists:

“Your history is not your destiny.”  —Phyllis C. Solon, Psyd LP

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