Bullying is a form of aggression, and it sometimes appears in Disorganized Attachment. How can you help your clients handle their own aggression (and aggression in others) in a compassionate, healthy way?
In this video, we’ll examine:
Viewing aggression through the lens of attachment
Symptoms of bullying in relationships
How a child’s brain learns to adapt
Helping your clients heal their “power wounds”
Helping children identify their allies
I have developed a series of four workshops on Attachment & Trauma Resolution to give you the tools and practice skills to confidently work with your clients. I hope you can join me or one of our key faculty in one of our upcoming DARe workshops. For those not familar with the curriculum, click here.
Once you have completed DARe1, you can take any DARe program. If you are interested in DARe 2, you can purchase the DARe 1 DVD and watch it on your own time. Participants in the Attachment Mastery Program are qualified to take any DARe program and may enroll in DARe 1 at 50% off.
Here’s what others are saying about DARe:
“The exercises were great. The specific ways of working with the different types of attachment was revealing and transformative. What wonderful work Diane is bringing to the world!” —A. Morris
“Diane’s work has enabled us to work in Attachment with skill, kindness, and understanding. When clients experience it, they often say, “This is the work I have been waiting for.” Diane has given us a beautiful way to heal the deep, early patterns of our clients and ourselves.” —Christina Marrow, Cranial Sacral Bodyworker, SEP
“One of the most potent and valuable trainings I have ever experienced. I received excellent support for my own process which is now a reference experience I can take into my work with clients.” —Melody Linden
I know you’ll find these topics extremely helpful in your everyday practice. And I hope to see you in person soon!