We are proud to announce the launch of a series of virtual events hosted by the Identity Development Institute.
As the film was released a floodgate was opening globally around the subject of trauma. IN UTERO became an important part of that dialogue and, in the process, producer Stephen Gyllenhaal discovered a psychological methodology out of Germany that took things to a different level.
While IN UTERO outlined the problems of early trauma, it did not address any remedies. But there was a solution.
So in 2017, Stephen retired from narrative filmmaking, trained extensively in this work and founded The Identity Development Institute, to bring the methodology to North America.
The Institute's mission is to grow a community of practitioners, researchers, and educators who are Early Trauma-informed across North America.
The Institute offers experiential training programs and raise awareness of Early Trauma through various media sources.
Each month we will have a virtual screening of IN UTERO, spanning over 3 - 4 days, culminating with a conversation about an expert in the field of prenatal bonding and attachment.
February 2022: Raylene Phillips, President of APPPAH
April 2022: Michael Trout, Founder of the Infant-Parent Institute
May 2022: Rachel Yehuda, Director of the Center for Psychedelic Psychotherapy and Trauma Research at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
And many more to come!
You can see recordings of past events on our site here.
Be sure to join our mailing list to get notified of upcoming events.