CPTSD and the Temptation to ISOLATE:  

How to Heal Loneliness and Find Ease in Connections with Others

A 90-Minute Zoom Webinar with Anna Runkle

In this webinar, I teach about common ways that Complex PTSD can impact your ability to feel comfortable and form (and keep) connections with friends, family, partners, and co-workers. Learn strategies you can use every day to build your "connection muscle" and manage trauma responses that have damaged relationships in the past.

Price: $45

* You'll receive immediate access to the pre-recorded webinar upon purchase.


People with CPTSD can enjoy warm, fulfilling relationships. But common symptoms can get in the way.

Identify signs that past trauma has impacted your ability to connect.

People with CPTSD often struggle to feel comfortable, present and open with other people, and may unconsciously gravitate to isolation and loneliness as  the path of least resistance. 

Learn practical strategies to calm symptoms and enjoy love, friendship, and a sense of belonging with others.

I teach you techniques and principles that allow you to successfully handle conflicts, disappointments and challenges that you once avoided by keeping people (overtly or covertly) at arm's length

Determine clear next steps to start changing your life.

Hear my answers to questions from webinar participants to gain clarity on how to handle your particular challenge with connection/loneliness, and how you can apply Crappy Childhood Fairy methods to break free of old limitations.

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Meet Anna Runkle

Anna Runkle leads a movement to help men and women worldwide to heal trauma symptoms and change their lives -- whether or not they have access to professional help. More than 350,000 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.