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Understanding Attachment: A Webinar Series

Date:
Four one-hour sessions (Dec. 8, Jan. 12, Jan. 26, Feb. 9
Price:
$15 per webinar ($45 for all four webinars)

In This Series: Attachment patterns act as invisible forces helping shape our lives, particularly our closest relationships. Our early attachment patterns are formed in childhood, but they become models for how we expect relationships to work throughout our lives. Once established, they have a significant  influence on everything from how we relate to our partner…

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Jan. 26 – Understanding Anxious-Preoccupied Attachment 

Date:
January 26, 2021
Time:
11am to 12:00pm Pacific Time
Price:
$15

In this Webinar:  Individuals with Anxious-Preoccupied attachment tend to struggle with insecurity in dating and relationships, because they have learned that you can’t rely on others to consistently meet your needs. They may find themselves feeling unconfident, fearful, clingy, unsure, or wanting reassurance from their partner. While they believe they want closeness, they often engage…

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Fundamentals of Anxiety and How to Tame It: A Holistic Approach

Date:
Feb. 5 and Feb. 26
Price:
$30

In this Series:  Dr. Michael Mantz will explore the most recent neuroscientific research to provide you with the latest insights into the fundamental issues that create and modify anxiety. Next, he will take these insights and translate them into practical clinical strategies that you can use to expand your repertoire on how to work with…

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Feb. 9 – Understanding Fearful-Avoidant Attachment 

Date:
February 9, 2021
Time:
11am to 12:00pm Pacific Time
Price:
$15

In this Webinar:  A person with a fearful-avoidant attachment often lives in an ambivalent state of being afraid of being both too close to or too distant from significant others. They have not developed an organized strategy for getting their needs met by others, because their early caretakers were disorienting and alarming. They alternate between moving…

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