The Healing from Avoidant Attachment Series
This collection of five webinar presentations dives deep into Sarah’s research into the neurobiology of attachment and the hemispheres of the brain. Sarah shares how we might use resonance, somatic empathy and self-warmth to heal ourselves and form secure bonds with others.
This 5-module Avoidant Attachment Series contains individual presentations (including visual slides with research notes, audio and sometimes video) where Sarah explores many aspects of how we can re-pattern ourselves and move towards secure attachment in our relationships through resonance, self-warmth and the healing power of neuroplasticity.
Included in this collection:
- Healing Avoidant Attachment: Humans are now living with the interesting dilemma of how to awaken a connection with the body in a world that most often asks us to put our physical experience to sleep. In this webinar, Sarah looks at the left hemisphere, which does not have its own relationship with our emotional body, the health impacts of being disconnected from our bodies, and the research that supports our journey home.
- Manipulation, Irritation and Delight: We are all capable of taking action from our heart, and of taking action from our mind. How can we move to take action from the heart while also having love and appreciation for our mind in times of irritability and manipulation? This webinar explores the signs and symptoms of the left hemisphere life, along with solid strategies about how to hold ourselves with gentleness and warmth, reclaiming the heart in all that we do.
- Understanding Disgust and Contempt: Rarely acknowledged, but containing a wealth of wisdom, the emotions of disgust and contempt are key to understanding our experience of self-hatred. Join Sarah Peyton in holding disgust and contempt with warm curiosity, while looking at the neuroscience of self-hatred and the movement towards healing.
- Insula: Bringing the Body to Life: How do we awaken and access the insula, the part of the brain that brings the body’s voice to life, and what are its many functions? In this webinar, Sarah shares about enlivening our being through an ongoing relationship with our body’s reader board, the insula.
- Monitoring the Growth of Secure Attachment: Human brains are capable of change and movement towards secure attachment, regardless of trauma or age. Join Sarah Peyton to learn about the brain, rupture and repair, and forming secure bonds with ourselves and our children.
Link to course(s)Healing Avoidant Attachment: Awakening the Body with Neuroscience and Empathy
Manipulation, Irritation and Delight: Empathy for Mysteries of the Left Hemisphere
Understanding Disgust and Contempt, and Healing Self-Hatred
Bringing the Body to Life – Opening the Door to your Insula
Monitoring the Growth of Secure Attachment