This chapter demonstrates how working models can help therapists to facilitate clients experiencing and learning from a nurturing relationship with a therapist so that they can establish healthy attachments with others. For every client, the goal of therapy should be to decrease the traumatic pressure and suffering as much as possible and to change as many as possible of the artificial inner splits, the forced splits for a sadistic market. The fundamental parts of the limbic system are localized in the mid-brain and contain the basis of our emotions. Inner parts located at the cerebral cortex level may have less access to emotional topics but can be reached at a cognitive level. The client can interpret social connections adequately enough and can behave according to social rules. With disorders of extreme stress not otherwise specified a line has been crossed. In most of these cases, the client has experienced violence that sprang from human beings.