Now that you understand the neuropsychology of attachment, how are you going to use it in a session where one partner is yelling at the other for abandoning him/her who is in turn trying to take refuge under the coach? Learn how to put theory into practice using an experiential approach to explore old neural circuitry around attachment and build new pathways. We will be using the present moment and mindfulness integrated into therapy to slow things down and rewire the brain.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*
|ROB FISHER - CC16-WS03 (0.20 MB)
Rob Fisher, MFT, is a psychotherapist who works with individual, couples and families, a consultant and a CAMFT certified supervisor in private practice in Mill Valley. He is an adjunct professor at JFK University where he teaches marriage and family therapy classes and case consultation seminars as well as the Co-Developer of the Certificate Program in Mindfulness and Compassion for Psychotherapists at CIIS.