(Self-Study, 1.5 CE) Insecure Attachment in Adulthood
6 Easy Steps to Encourage Emotionally Honest Conversations
In this presentation, we examine a case study and break down the difference between surface structure and deep structure communications. We also examine when it is safe and unsafe to practice emotional vulnerability, and use a multi-modal exercise to tap into our intuition.
In this presentation, you will learn...
- The basic definition of insecure attachment, and how it manifests in "anxious-avoidant" relationships in adulthood.
- Breakdown a case study, and in 6 easy steps, examine how the deep structure vs. surface structure communications could be modified to promote emotional honesty.
- Examine 4 steps to know when it is safe to be emotionally vulnerable, and when it is not.
- Participate in a multi-modal experiential to quell a reactive nervous system, reduce defensiveness, and promote intuitive reflection.
PRAISE FOR THIS COURSE
"Briana was able to demonstrate how an LCAT can be intelligent, mindful, and intuitive, all at once. Thank you, Briana!"
"Briana's presentation was clear, thorough, easily adaptable to personal growth practice or work with patients. Her use of case history/anecdote enlivens the material and her visual/written material serves as a perfect guide to her thought process re" Insecure Attachment in Adulthood". Briana is inspiring."
Briana MacWilliam is an author, educator and licensed and board-certified creative arts therapist with more than 15 years in the field, helping adults struggling with insecure attachment attract and/or cultivate loving relationships. Additional certifications in Reiki healing, EFT Tapping, andintegrative somatic trauma therapy with internal family systems theory, inform hertrademarked method, which utilizes a psycho spiritual approach to healing mind body and spirit. She is also the former director of continuing education for Pratt Institute in New York, and currently continues to provide continuing education for counselors and creative arts therapists in New York State, through her online school and website, creativeartstherapiesonline.com. To learn more about her offerings in personal development, you can visit her website at https://brianamacwilliam.com/.
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PLEASE NOTE: While some subject areas overlap in education, a course that includes art therapy directives does not qualify a counselor to practice art therapy, and similarly an art therapist is not qualified to practice as a counselor, without proper licensing. This is a completely self-directed course. Your continuing education contact hours will be attributed on the date that you submit the webform for your certificate of completion.