Attachment Webinars

Helping Clients Develop Secure Attachment: Online Workshop

    In this Webinar: This two-part online workshop will introduce: Research on how childhood attachment patterns affect clients and their relationships A framework for therapists to use to facilitate clients resolving childhood  trauma A process therapist can use to help clients develop earned secure attachment Cutting-edge neurobiological research findings that therapists can use to help… Read more »

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The Loss of Pleasure: Attachment Relationship and Loss: A Conversation with Carol Gilligan

    In this Webinar: We avoid the very thing we want – love – for fear of again experiencing a loss that once felt irreparable. Rather than accepting the loss of relationship as inescapable, a healthier response is to feel the sadness and protest the loss. Otherwise, this leads us to the loss of pleasure,… Read more »

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Free Yourself from the Pain of Your Past

    In this Webinar:  A trauma can be defined as any significant negative event or incident that shaped us– an impactful instance that made us feel bad, scared or ashamed. We have all experienced trauma. No matter how often we try to tell you ourselves to let go of the past or to convince… Read more »

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Understanding and Overcoming Relationship Anxiety

    In this Webinar:  While the notion of falling in love can sound blissful, interpersonal relationships almost always challenge us in ways we don’t expect. Relationship anxiety can arise at various points in a relationship from the moment we first start dating to when we decide to make a symbolic commitment, like moving in… Read more »

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Developing Secure Attachment: Make Sense of Your Past to Empower Your Future

    In this Webinar:  Sparked by Bowlby’s original insights, attachment research has revolutionized our understanding of human development, the internal world, and the consequences of development gone awry. No other empirically-based theory tells us more about how we become who we are – and how to change who we have become. We all carry… Read more »

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Overcoming the Fear of Intimacy

    In this Webinar:  A 75-year longitudinal study from Harvard recently reported that love and relationships are by far the most important factors to leading a happy and fulfilling life. The study’s lead researcher, Dr. George Vaillant, wrote that there are two essential ingredients for a good life: “One is love. The other is finding… Read more »

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How to Improve Your Relationships

    In this Webinar:  What prevents most people from being able to sustain romantic, meaningful relationships that satisfy their needs and desires?  What qualities should a person look for when selecting a partner? What are the factors that determine whether partners will end up experiencing love and fulfillment in their relationship or suffering pain and… Read more »

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Changing Attachment Style Through Psychotherapy

    In this Webinar:  Individuals’ attachment styles can heavily influence many aspects of their lives from how they parent to how they love. While attachment style is shaped by early life experiences, it manifests throughout one’s life, impacting the social environment people create for themselves. As therapists, we can help people to identify their… Read more »

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Is Your Attachment Style Shaping Your Life?

    In this Webinar:  A Webinar with Lisa Firestone, Ph.D. – Attachment refers the particular way in which you relate to other people. Your style of attachment was formed in childhood, however, once established, it has a heavy influence on how you relate in everything from your intimate relationships to how you parent your children. Understanding… Read more »

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Secure and Insecure Love: An Attachment Perspective

    In this Webinar:  Both clinicians and researchers have noted the importance of close interpersonal relationships for the development of personality, character, and overall well-being. Attachment theory was originally created by a psychoanalytically oriented psychiatrist, John Bowlby, but unlike many psychoanalytic theories, attachment theory has been vigorously researched during the past 35 years. The… Read more »

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