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A special lecture "Zooming Out: seeing behaviors through the lens of trauma, attachment and regulation" will be held by Robyn Gobbel on Monday, March 27 from 9-11 a.m. in room 2222/2223 Student Center. 

Gobbel is a licensed clinical social worker from Austin, Texas. Gobbel is trained in adoption, attachment and trauma. She integrates attachment-based, neuroscience-supported and sensory-sensitive modalities to create a healing environment for children who have experienced early complex developmental trauma prior to joining their adoptive family. She has presented at numerous conferences and conducts workshops and webinars for families and clinicians. 

This event is free to the public. Two hours of Continuing Education Units, or CEUs, will be awarded at no charge in honor of National Social Work Month. 

Parking is available on the 4th level of the stadium parking deck garage on 425 Heisman Dr., Auburn.

For more information contact Hilary Joyce, from the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work in the College of Liberal Arts, at