Parenting Brain: Facilitating Repair
Attachment research has shown that the most important thing when it comes to parenting is knowing how to make repairs, noticing that they are needed, and taking action to carry them out. In this webinar, Sarah Peyton offers knowledge and processes to support the movement toward repair and connection in the parent-child relationship.
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
Some of the most joyful moments of human existence are the times when we feel a sweet connection with our children, or as children when we feel a tender love for and appreciation for our parents. And yet, the parent-child relationship is often the most fraught with tension and unresolved pain. The surprising and hopeful teaching from the world of attachment research is not that we have to be in sync with our children all the time, but that the most important thing is knowing how to make repairs, noticing that they are needed, and taking action to carry them out. In honor of this, this webinar offers knowledge and processes to support the movement toward repair and connection, whether we are a parent reaching for a child (young or grown), or a child working to find the basis for mourning and healing a difficult connection with a parent.