There are currently over 400 specific approaches to psychotherapy and many therapeutic tribes. Attachment theory and science with its intrapsychic and relational focus offers the therapist a broad, integrative but systematic guide to the nature of dysfunction and health and how to move individuals, couples and families from one to the other. This presentation will offer a guide as to how this science can help to make our sessions relevant and on target in terms of leading to better affect regulation, cognitive coherence and supportive, stable relationships.
Describe the key elements of attachment theory and science relevant to the tasks of therapy.
List specifically how these elements connect to key processes and change events.
Describe specific interventions that arise from the attachment perspective.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*