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“Wisdom comes from inside of you….this is an invitation to develop that wisdom, not just for you but for everyone you work with….” – Dan Siegel
“If you want to know how the world works, try to change it.” - Mary Pipher
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- Andrew Weil
“Open yourself up to the experience of your own contradictory life.”
–Molly Layton (“Writing a Life”)
"Research has shown that love can last--what doesn't last is obsession." -Sue Johnson
"Intimacy, companionship, desire and sex make marriage satisfying long term." -David Schnarch
"If your arrogance is sincere, it will always lead you to a true humility." -David Whyte
"Never be more ambitious for your clients than they are for themselves." -Terry Real
Tag: Great Attachment Debate
Welcome to “The Great Attachment Debate”—a 6-part webinar interview series with leading experts in the field, brought together to present the scientific foundations of Attachment Theory and how it influences—or doesn’t influence—our clinical work. The series, following the March/April 2011 issue on attachment, kicks off with Alan Sroufe, Ph.D., a leading Attachment Theory researcher.03.31.2011 Posted In: P004 New Perspectives on Practice: The Great Attachment Debate By Psychotherapy Networker
This first session will delve into what research has shown us about the effects of our early relationships. Sroufe will explore John Bowlby’s work and how it’s led to attachment research, connections between attachment style and mental health, how Attachment Theory affects the process of change in psychotherapy, and much more.
After listening to Sroufe’s presentation, please take a moment to comment here and share your thoughts. The Comment Boards will be on the Networker website throughout this webinar so we can share thoughts, experiences, and any questions, creating a space for learning and community. What did you learn today that was new or interesting?
Please feel free to include your name and hometown along with your comment, and make sure to check out Alan Sroufe and Daniel Siegel's feature article on attachment in the March/April issue, "The Verdict Is In."
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