CPTSD and the

Hidden Forms of Avoidance

A 90-Min Zoom Webinar with Anna Runkle

In this webinar, I teach about some subtle ways that people with CPTSD hold themselves apart from others. You maybe a "covert" avoidant without realizing it, staying emotionally disconnected while going through the motions of a connected life.

If you appear to have friends or a partner, or to take part of groups -- yet your life feels lonely and isolated, it could be a sign of avoidance. 

In this webinar I'll teach you the signs of hidden forms of avoidance, and steps you can take to begin healing. 

Price: $45 


People with CPTSD need meaningful relationships in order to fully heal, but trauma can make interactions feel awkward and stressful

Identify signs that you're isolating, even in seemingly "connected" relationships. 

I'll talk about the childhood wounds that drive you to hold people at arm's length, even when you're lonely, and longing for better friendships and real love unavailable people.

Learn practical steps to be more present in your life, and more willing to "let people in."

I'll teach you real-life techniques to recognize where your desire for connection is in conflict with your tolerance for it. I'll show you how to set boundaries that let you balance downtime with commitments to others. 

Determine clear next steps to start changing your life.

Watch Anna answer questions from webinar participants to gain clarity on your particular goals and obstacles.

Meet Anna Runkle

Anna Runkle leads a movement to help people worldwide to heal trauma symptoms and change their lives -- whether or not they have access to professional help. More than 500,000 people subscribe to her YouTube channel, blog, courses and coaching programs, where she teaches the principles and techniques she has used to recover from her own Childhood PTSD. Her approach includes simple, self-directed exercises to calm emotional triggers and neurological dysregulation, and to begin changing the self-defeating behaviors that are common for people who have lived much of their lives dysregulated. She lives with her husband and two sons in the San Francisco Bay Area.