Understanding Your Attachment Style and How It Impacts Relationships
“Healthy intimacy requires trusting offer of our true self to another and our trusting acceptance of the other’s true self in return.” – Pia Mellody
As human beings we are bonding animals and hard-wired for attachment. Join us as we explore the various attachment styles, why there is often an adaptation to survive the reality we find ourselves in, and ways to bridge back to the hard-wired secure style that is covered up by the adaptation.
Through these lectures and interactive exercises, you will learn to recognize various early attachment styles such as:
How the group works
In this workshop we will focus on how everyone can cultivate deeper connection, meaning and passion in adult relationships by working to heal early attachment wounds. You will learn to understand unconscious dynamics that block the ability for intimacy and how to overcome them to achieve better communication, trust and closeness. We will explore specific examples of how early patterns developed within our families obsecure our innate ability to bond. In addition, working with the original wounding pattern, we will focus on how to excavate the intrinsic healthy attachment system that exists naturally in our human design.
We have the capacity to heal the past and live more fully in the present. Understanding the source of our patterns and applying the right understanding to unwind them releases new energy to live fully and freely in the moment.
This attachment workshop …
Dates and time:
Friday, June 15, 2018
9:00AM to 5:00PM
Cost: $300 per individual / $500 per couple. $100 non-refundable deposit due upon registration and balance due 1 week prior to group.
Location: 2550 University Ave W, St Paul, MN 55114- 1st floor Conference Room; Suite 150S
To Register: Call 651-647-1900 to set up pre-screening interview
Group Facilitator: Catherine Mollner, MA, LP, SEP
Catherine Mollner, MA, LP is a Licensed Psychologist and the Clinical Director of MidWest Center for Personal and Family Development. She has 25 years of experience working with adolescents, adults and couples.
Catherine’s special areas of interest include supporting personal healing from developmental relational trauma. She hopes that by learning to deepen a sense of personal value, building the self-awareness to live in action rather than reaction to others, and acquiring tools for a healthy relationship with self and others, she can help her fellow humans grow in resiliency and achieve greater psychological balance and emotional health.