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Heal Generational Attachment Trauma with an Evidence-Based Approach

Learn Emotional Regulation and Mastery

Break Out of Patterns that are Unskillful or Harmful 

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The Adult Attachment Program

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Zachary Bein, Psy.D., President and Founder
Monica Powers, Psy.D., Clinical Director
Jonathan McCormack, CDC, Intern
Jill Applegate, LMFT, Fellow
Joshua Kelly, CPC, Psy.D. Student, Intern

Upcoming Webinar Series

The Adult Attachment Program’s Level I Foundational Course 

A Deep Exploration into the Attachment Patterns that are Preventing you from Knowing, Being, and Loving your True Authentic Self.

 

Attachment patterns are learned; often in the first 24 months of life, before you had even developed verbal memory.  The level of comfort that you feel when you’re close with someone, the degree that you value and prioritize romantic intimacy in your life, the level of self-esteem and self-confidence that you have, the belief that your needs matter and that you can get those needs met in this lifetime… Even whether you are the one that makes the decision for the group or if you stay back and keep to yourself, they all are directly influenced by your attachment style.  And they often exist at a pre-conscious level of thinking; just at the edge of your fingertips.  You can see the patterns acting themselves out in our life and in your relationships, but they just seem so hard to change.  Insecure attachment may be at the bottom of this. 

The Good News: We Can Change It

Register for  our Self Paced Online Level I Course or Inquire About our Live Zoom Online Level I Course (Dates TBD)

  • 17 lessons
  • 4.5 hours of video content
  • Developed by Brown and Elliot (2016) the Three Pillars model for healing attachment disturbances in adults has become quite popular amongst clinicians. This model was intended to offer a comprehensive way to resolve the structural core of attachment insecurity by restructuring and re-mapping the internal working model of attachment in clients using imagined ideal parent figures, guided by the five conditions that create secure attachment (now the 3rd pillar). Often by this process alone, the client begins strengthening several developmental capacities that were impeded by the insecure upbringing (Elliot, 2021). Two specific capacities that are often not nurtured in children with insecure attachment styles are the development of metacognitive capacity (2nd pillar) and enhancing collaborative abilities (1st pillar). This course will explain the theory and practice of Three Pillars therapy and IPF using videos, powerpoint presentations, articles, and supplemental readings and exercises.

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