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Module 1 Embracing the Authentic Self

Att läka barndomens sår är nyckeln till att kunna ha tillfredsställande förhållanden som vuxen.

Överkom det förlamande greppet som trauma håller för att kunna uppleva mera glädje, kontakt med andra och ha en äkta intimitet i dina förhållanden nu.

Lär dig känna igen de olika anknytningstyperna Trygg, Undvikande, Ambivalent och Disorganiserad som de beskrivs i Dan Siegels bok, ”The developing mind”.

Den här kursen är en mix av didaktisk presentation, demonstrationer och praktiska övningar. När du lämnar kursen har du en förståelse för den praktiska applikationen av Somatic Experiencings (SE) principer, tekniker och kan använda Korrigerande Upplevelser som hjälp för att läka destruktiva anknytningsmönster. När vi går igenom kursinnehållet och din egen anknytningshistoria kommer du att upptäcka hur du kan hjälpa dina klienter att läka den här viktiga delen av den mänskliga resan.

Participants will learn:

  • To identify how over-coupling dynamics between early childhood “family of origin” attachment patterns may play out in adult relationships.
  • To be able to define the distinctions between Secure, Avoidant, Ambivalent, and Disorganized Attachment models.
  • The use of Corrective Experiences to aid in resolving fixed attachment patterns.
  • How to facilitate “Earned Attachment” which means a return to healthy Secure Attachment that occurs as you repair and heal early bonding wounds. Workshop includes live demos, lectures, interactive exercises, and DVD presentations.

Recommended Reading/Resources:

  • The Developing Mind, by Dan Siegel, M.D,
  • Attachment In Psychotherapy by David J. Wallin

Attachment Models and Their Dynamics

Unavailability, hostility, and lack of fulfillment from caregivers in the "Avoidant" attachment model can result in a feeling that relationship and intimacy are so difficult that we tend to stay on the sidelines perhaps resulting in a major disconnection from relationships as a source of comfort in life. These are the "Desperados," people who may feel they don't need people.

The here-today-gone-tomorrow "Ambivalent" type of bonding leads to continual frustration and insecurity in relating that may manifest as feeling incapable of ever being truly loved or lovable enough and an over-focus on the other and an under-focus on the self. The wound around this is about inconsistency and lack of trust that the other person will stay connected, and asking "Will you still love me tomorrow?"

When a parent is terrifying, we may become so frightened and confused in relating to that parent that "Disorganized" attachment can result. This describes a conflict between two major biological drives that occurs when a child looks for a safe attachment figure, and finds instead a need to protect oneself through the survival instincts to dis-attach. Stuck in the approach/avoidance conflict the message can feel like "I want to love you and you scare me to death."

Secure, healthy attachment with parents who are present, safe and consistent offers the holding environment that allows for healthy relating and bonding. Fortunately, we can re-access the original, innate healthy attachment system later in life.

What people are saying about Diane Heller and Healing Attachment Wounds

”This topic of Attachment is crucial in life and for clinicians. The Demos are superb and the material was really integrated beautifully in demos. Great balance between cognitive, somatic, emotional levels in didactic parts and experiential application in the demos. Diane’s passion for the material and her depth and breadth of knowledge in the area of attachment as well as the profound clinical skill, make her a wellspring and container for our learning. Finally, Diane models the integrated use of Somatic experiencing on all important levels – cognitive/narrative, emotional , felt body sense, and reparative. Thank you from the bottom of my grateful heart!” – B.Haber

Du är här: Hem/Kurs : Anknytning / DARE/Module 1 Embracing the Authentic Self

Mob: +47 979 58 797 - bea@se-terapi.se