DARe – Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning experience
Discover the latest research in cutting-edge Neuroscience that enhances our capacity for supporting Secure Attachment and deepening intimacy
Total: 12 hours with:
• Live lectures and exercises
• 5 Demos
The foundation for establishing healthy relationships relies on developing secure attachment skills, thus increasing your sensitivity for contingency.
In this module, we will learn to understand how the early patterns of implicit memory – which is pre-verbal, sub-psychological, and non-conceptual – build pathways in our brain that affect our attachment styles. Clinically, we can break such ingrained associative patterns in our established neural network, by bringing in new and different experiences in the Here and Now.
Healing with Neuroscience
In this training, we will bring deeper focus to the role of Neuroscience in restoring the brain’s natural attunement to Secure Attachment. Our brain is a social brain – it is primed for connection, not isolation, and its innate quality of plasticity gives it the ability to re-establish, reveal and expand one’s intrinsic healthy attachment system.
The training will approach topics specific to Neuroscience, such as myelination, synaptogenesis, neuroplasticity, mirror neurons, brain pruning, and priming, and implicit/explicit memory functions. You will gain useful knowledge that will greatly benefit precise clinical application in the relational field, facilitating actual brain integration.
You will learn to use valuable tools to identify the different Attachment orientations of your clients, such as observing their Narrative styles or using interactive resources like the ACE and Schemas questionnaires.
Together we will also learn repair of mis-attunements, and to work intergenerationally in a way that facilitates true mutuality and deeper compassion, helping us cross the bridge back to Secure Attachment.
In this series of DVDs, recorded during an impactful 4-day workshop, you will find several live demos, along with lectures and interactive experiential exercises.
Based on the contributions of Mary Ainsworth, Ellyn Bader, John Bowlby, John Gottman, Louise Kaplan, Heinz Kohut, Mary Main, Dan Siegel, Marion Solomon, Daniel Stern, Stan Tatkin, Donald W. Winnicott, Jeff Young and countless others, this work embodies a compassionate, integrative understanding of how to help heal the dysregulation of the Autonomic Nervous System as well as Attachment Disruptions.