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Glasgow, Scotland Workshops – April 2016

Glasgow, Scotland Workshops – April 2016

Organizing the Disorganized Inner World: Deepening embodiment training integrating attachment theory and BSE skills Even well-functioning people can suffer from a disorganized inner world never having learned the basic building blocks of a solid, secure sense of self. This two-day training builds on the basic Becoming Safely Embodied Skills using embodied attachment theory to deepen […]

Peaceful world contrasting to Oklahoma destruction

photo by Tony Turvey            I woke this morning to the horrible destruction that resulted from the Oklahoma tornadoes.  My heart bleed for people there, especially those still looking for the loved ones in the midst of the rubble. Checking my email I received an email from a colleague in Scotland, Tony Turvey, who is an […]

Hope is definitely not the same thing as optimism – Vaclav Havel

  Last week I had the very good fortune to spend two days with a group of therapists in Glasgow, Scotland.  Dr. Frank Corrigan invited me to spend time with them in what turns out to be an immensely nourishing experience.  Susan Marr is one of the therapists who came.  Her wisdom showered us and […]

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Internal Thread

Change can seem nebulous, always out of reach.  We yearn for things to be different yet find we can’t always figure our how to make the change happen. As I’m preparing to lead the Loving Your Broken Heart workshop in Scotland next weekend I’ve been thinking a lot about how trauma, attachment issues come together.  I’ve […]

Healing the Missing Link

Over the past years I’ve stumbled, almost by accident, across a missing ingredient in healing trauma and attachment wounding. Underneath the trauma reactivity and physiological arousal, underneath  repairing the attachment wounds, there’s a doorway into building a positive self-structure. As therapists we tend to overlook this, bypassing it, focusing more on the obviously distracting physiological […]

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