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  • 0 P004 New Perspectives on Practice: The Great Attachment DebateP004, Attachment, Session 4, David Schnarch 05.01.2011 02:49
    I agree to a large extent with Toni Herbine-Blanks's comments. I trained in Imago Therapy in the early '90s, but then moved on to trauma therapy, EMDR and Brainspotting. When I first read David's Passionate Marriage I fell in love with his work. Schnarch, Harville Hendrix, John Gottman and Albert Ellis are the people who guide me when I do see couples.
    The way I see David's work is very much the same as Milton Erickson - both are so individual in their approach and so attuned with their clients that it is hard to teach their approach. To be able to "be seen" by the therapist and then to be called on to bring forth the best in you is the greatest gift a therapist can offer. This is what the parents might have been unable to offer and hence the need for therapy.

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