Archives: Resources

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

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… Read more »

When Grief Goes Viral: Healing Grief in the Time of COVID

In this Webinar:  With the global pandemic of COVID-19 has come the loss of a world of once familiar routines, relationships and resources that previously conferred on our lives a sense of security and meaning. This workshop introduces easy-to-use measures of both coronavirus anxiety as the contagion spreads and the pandemic grief it will leave… Read more »

How to Go “All in” in a Relationship

In this Webinar:  Gain insight into the psychological defenses that keep people guarded against love Understand common fears around intimacy and techniques to overcome these fears Get to know a “critical inner voice” that fosters distance in close relationships Explore how early attachment patterns influence adult romantic relationships Recognize elements of a “fantasy bond” in… Read more »

Handling Conflict in Relationships

In this Webinar:  Many couples are facing new strains on their relationship that are making life at home all the more difficult. In a recent survey, only 18 percent of couples reported satisfaction in communication with their partner. Yet, with the rise in new challenges comes an opportunity to learn long-term strategies to overcome obstacles… Read more »

Supporting Caregivers and Responders During COVID-19: A Series of Free Webinars

In This Series: PsychAlive and The Glendon Association are committed to supporting those on the front lines of the COVID- 19 pandemic. In a year when people all over the world have been told to shelter at home and maintain physical distance to stay safe, our first responders and caregivers have been risking their lives to help… Read more »

Understanding Attachment: A Webinar Series

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… Read more »

Understanding Attachment: Free Webinar

Watch Now Download slides from the webinar here. Watch Drs. Daniel Siegel and Lisa Firestone discuss the different patterns of attachment If you’re interested in receiving 1 Home study CE Credit for this webinar, please email us at [email protected] In this Webinar:  Please join Dr. Lisa Firestone for a free, one-hour webinar that will: Introduce… Read more »

Understanding Dismissive-Avoidant Attachment 

In this Webinar:  Individuals that have Dismissive-Avoidant attachment have learned to keep their own needs below their level of awareness and to take care of themselves. In relationships, they maintain emotional distance and tend to experience their partners bids for connection as needy and childish. They feel like they are self-sufficient and don’t understand why… Read more »

Are You Leaving Parts of Your “Self” Behind?

In this Webinar:  Claim Your Self with Disruptive Self-Ownership™ Individuals may struggle with accepting and claiming ownership of themselves. This can result in difficulty developing a strong foundation of self through which to integrate new life experiences and relationships that support our evolving growth and deep personal development.  When we leave parts of ourselves behind, we… Read more »

Understanding Anxious-Preoccupied Attachment 

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… Read more »