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  • 0 P004 New Perspectives on Practice: The Great Attachment DebateP004, Attachment, Session 6, Allan Schore 05.10.2011 13:11
    Alan captured the process of Being with clients as a learned skill though practice as well as knoweldge.
    Rich interrupted him nunmerous times which I feel was disrutptful. Rich would ask him a question and not allow him to expand on his process. I felt that Alan was making sense and giving needed information. The interruptions were so frequent that it actually interrupted Alan giving information on the topics on the slide. I appreciate the fact that Rich was trying to get Alan to either give a case study or describe his process with clients, but I feel Alan did describe his process as well as a non verbal process can be described.
    Charlie Love
    Austin, TX.
  • 0 P004 New Perspectives on Practice: The Great Attachment DebateP004, Attachment, Session 4, David Schnarch 05.02.2011 19:52
    Listen to this late.
    Thanks to everyone for contributing to this lively debate.
    I am an Imago Therapist but appreciate David's focus on buiding self reliance.
    Charlie Love, MS, LPC, LMFT
    Austin, Texas
  • 0 P004 New Perspectives on Practice: The Great Attachment DebateP004, Attachment, Session 3, Dan Siegel 04.25.2011 19:45
    It is always great to have the privelge of hearing you, Dan. Your research has given hope to healing the brain physilogy caused by the severing of connection. Thanks for sharing your amazing research. I appreciated the practical aspect of seeing how you would work with a client using the IAA.
    Charlie Love
    Austin, Tx.
  • 0 P004 New Perspectives on Practice: The Great Attachment DebateP004, Attachment, Session 2, Jerome Kagan 04.18.2011 19:05
    I appreciated the focus on culture, historical context, and social economic factors. I would agree that most of us see white, middle class clients, who are overall functioning in the world. However, even though there is not major psychopathology in these individuals, there is often major suffering and relational dysfunction.
    According to Kaplan, attachment is not variable to over all function, but it is to relational satisfaction.
    Charlie Love,
    Austin, Tx







  • 0 P004 New Perspectives on Practice: The Great Attachment DebateP004: Attachment, Session 1, Alan Sroufe 04.11.2011 19:39
    Great Information! The couples I see in Imago Relationship therapy, who stay in therapy long enough, begin to develop a more secure attachment through responsive-sensitive responsives from thier partners. This is contingent their ability to receive coaching and theraputic interventions when triggered. I thought Alan did a great job though his explaination of his research and how important our responsive-senitive behaviors are with our clients.
    Charlie Love
    Austin, Tx.
  • 0 P003 Couples Therapy: Today and TomorrowCouples Therapy, Session 2, Terry Real: Comment Board 02.17.2011 07:25
    Great information presented in logical, easy to follow manner. It is important to have skills to deal with blatant/ abusive types and Terry has clearly created a tactics to get their attention and investment in change. I liked his upfront, honest approach blending the heart and truth. Thanks, Terry
    Charlie Love, Austin, Tx.
  • 0 P003 Couples Therapy: Today and TomorrowCouples Therapy Today & Tomorrow, Session 1 with Bill Doherty: Comment Board 02.10.2011 08:42
    I tried to log in right before noon CST but had a read out that it started in 1 hours, 10 minutes. Luckily, I had an additional hour to spend. When I came back on at 1 CST, the readout said it started in a day, x number or hours and minutes. I regrouped, clicked on and saw that the webinar was in progress.

    Bill gave tangible example of what could of often does go wrong and what can remedy the situation. I agreed that couples need to feel secure in the session because the therapist is there as a strong facilitator, well versed in handling explosions, sarcasms and interruptions. I liked how he addresses boundary invasion and acknowledges the intrusion into the other person's process. There are so many nuances to good couples therapy and Bill certainly is contributing by his knowledge and openness around own his mistakes. Thanks for an informational and engaged hour. Charlie Love, Austin, TX.

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