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Attachment and Interpersonal Neurobiology in Couples Therapy

November 1 @ 8:00 am - November 21 @ 5:00 pm

 Dr. Dan Siegel

presents

Attachment and Interpersonal Neurobiology in Couples Therapy

Space is limited….If you would like to register or learn more about the course click here

The connections we have with our caregiving attachment figures shape the very structure of our brain in ways that can free us or imprison us.

Who we are now in our lives is influenced by both our genetically-shaped temperament and the experiences we’ve had, especially with others early in our lives. In turn, those experiences have shaped us both directly, and in how we adapted as best we could to those interactions.  If you’ve ever wondered why attachment is so important in our lives, this course will offer youin your personal growth or your professional work—insights and practical applications that can transform imprisoning patterns into empowering mental capacities to engage life in new and more rewarding patterns of being in the world.

When we combine attachment studies to the broader effort to understand the mind in interpersonal neurobiology, what emerges is a rich, complex, and practical view of how relationships and the brain interact to “shape” who we are—to form the foundations of our mental experience, from how we regulate our emotions to the sense of our identity in life.

Details

Start:
November 1 @ 8:00 am
End:
November 21 @ 5:00 pm

Venue

Zoom Online