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Are your attachment styles compatible? Do you want to help each other heal from attachment deficits or difficult imprints? Our attachment styles are often at the root of intractable relationship dynamics and can cause deep misunderstandings between couples. A deeper knowledge of each other’s attachment styles, dynamics, and imprinting can really help couples to hold each other in love, understanding and compassion, especially when the going gets tough.
You’ll reach a deeper understanding of the very powerful dynamics that are at work in your relationship, and create a safe and healing sanctuary. You will understand both yourselves and each other in a much deeper way.
What The Sessions Look Like
A minimum of 4 sessions is recommended. One person will have a 1½ hour session facilitated by me, whilst their partner is in a support role. The support person is a deep somatic witness to the turn person’s process. Practicing being in a support role with each other helps you to build the new skills you will need to practice outside of sessions. There will be new attachment behaviors and agreements to integrate into your relationship.
Easy and effective ways to stay resourced, slow down, and really hear each other will be taught throughout. This special couples work requires a willingness to take what is learned in the sessions into your daily lives with each other. It is not suitable for couples in crisis.
The last part of each session will be a debrief of the session. We will talk about what we have learned, what it means for your relationship dynamics, what you need from each other, and what new agreements you would like to put in place to support your new way of relating as a result of new insights.
This is somatic, process oriented work, and is not suitable for couples in crisis.
I am not a licensed psychotherapist or counselor, although I am happy to work with people who are in therapy, and to be in contact with their therapist if necessary.