Disorganized Attachment: Understanding and Healing with Empathy
When trauma enters the family, the heartbeat of secure attachment is interrupted and disorganization comes into the scene. Join Sarah Peyton for an exploration of the journey of healing for any bubbles of traumatic attachment that may be floating around in your system.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
The heartbeat of secure attachment is a dance of relational connection. We get to count on one another for responsiveness, presence and aliveness. When trauma enters the family, this heartbeat is interrupted. The basic elements of human interaction, contingent timing, gets turned on its head. And disorganization comes into the scene, accompanied by dissociation, numbness, alarm, suspicion, jealousy, hostility, rage, violence, and the embodied sense that we must expect the worst to be safe. The default network is co-opted for defensiveness and obsession, and unpredictability is the basic unit of relationship. As we bring resonance into such a system, things can start to change. Join Sarah for an exploration of the journey of healing for any bubbles of traumatic attachment that may be floating around in your system.