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As you explore and correct your own attachment history, you can move towards secure attachment and become more equipped for healthier and happier relationships. D (Healing Relational Trauma), offers a way to embrace two often separate worlds of knowing: the science of early attachment relationships and the practice of healing within an EMDR framework.Eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing which is more widely known as EMDR, is a powerful tool for catalyzing integration for individuals who have experienced non-secure attachment and developmental trauma.Many people think that because they weren’t physically being hit or abandoned at an orphanage door, they shouldn’t have any problems.The reality is that most people experience some sort of trauma because life is like that.Most of us are ill-equipped to create a successful relationship.
Attachment theory is a map to the landscape of love. Research shows that about 50 percent of the population present a secure attachment style, which means natural capacity for a balance between being intimate and being independent, which also means more self-esteem, capacity to bounce easier from rejections and less fear of being engulfed or abandoned.It’s informed by developmental psychology, self-reparenting therapy, attachment theory, EMDR therapy, and an understanding of mirror neurons. Clients with unmet attachment needs often experience inner chaos when forming, maintaining, or ending close relationships. Repairing core attachment wounds can be quite challenging but possible. They change unconscious patterns and what most people describe as “the way they are.” If that gets in the way of having healthy and satisfying connections, we can correct it.Rejection can feel like life-threatening abandonment. By human nature we crave to feel connected, we are social beings.When you change your attachment style, you also change the people you are attracted to and therefore, create new and healthier possibilities for love. (Getting the Love You Want), in his book written for singles called Keeping the Love You Find, says that Love has an agenda, and that is to propel us into a path of growth and healing, in order to finish childhood!
I draw from the most advanced research on adult attachment and have extensive training on the most effective counseling strategies to help you become emotionally healthier (redirecting your inner capacity towards secure attachment) and therefore, becoming more unconsciously attuned to find the healthy relationship you need, and get the love you deserve. But the problem is that often we cannot sustain relationships long enough to accomplish that agenda.
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