Dr. Noel Casiano, PsyD, LMFT shares why isolation leads to maladaptive ways of living, the neurobiology of attachment, and the epigenetics of trauma.
Dr. Noel Casiano obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from CCSU. He is Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with the State of Connecticut. Dr. Casiano obtained a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology from California Southern University and he is a clinical fellow, an Approved Supervisor and the chair of the National Trauma Interest Network with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). He is an Adjunct Professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). Dr. Casiano is also in private practice through Casiano Clinical Services, LLC in Hartford and Hamden, CT where he works with individuals and families to find healing and solutions for their concerns.
Dr. Casiano has certification in the neuroscience of attachment, addictions, and trauma. He is the author of “The Fatherhood Crisis” which is available on Amazon and Kindle. Dr. Casiano will soon be releasing his second book, “Just a Kid from Park Street” which provides an informative, firsthand glimpse into the personal challenges following experiences of trauma and loss, shining a spotlight on the psychological, neurological, emotional, and sociological aftereffects only now coming to light in scientific and medical research. Dr. Casiano is also a TEDx Speaker and his talk titled “What Happened to You” is available now on YouTube.