Donna Markus, PhD
Donna Markus has her doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She began working in the addiction field in 1976. Since that time, she has worked in outpatient and residential programs providing clinical, program development and administrative services for adolescents, adults, and women & children programs. She has provided consultation and training services for individuals and treatment programs in addition to presenting papers on addiction and addiction-related issues internationally. Donna is also a core faculty member of UCLA's Alcohol and Drug Studies and Counseling Certification program where she has taught since 1992.BFI Summit Continuing Education Faculty Donna Markus, PHD Official Website
Online Courses and DVDs
1.5 CEs In this session, Dr. Markus will explore how an addict's early attachment experiences may be driving (or derailing) their treatment progress. Neuroscience supports that insecure attachment to the primary caregiver can cause 'attac...