Circle of Security Core Sensitivities Course @ London: 11-13th October 2017
October 11 @ 9:00 am - October 13 @ 5:00 pm$740 - $900
Each of us has unspoken self-protective strategies that guide our experience within relationships. Part of the richness of attachment research is that it has systematised how these unconscious defensive patterns can be set in place in our earliest years, often before we have access to language.
Over the years we have discovered that having a systematic understanding of these pervasive and often hidden struggles, known as core sensitivities, offers a coherent road map that allows for greater success in working with clients and increased fulfilment in personal relationships.
This training has been designed as a way to bring clarity to these specific and repetitive patterns so that participants can discover new options for both professional intervention and personal interaction. It is our hope that in recognizing these common patterns we can deepen our compassion and increase our capacity for a more careful response to ourselves and those around us.
This three-day training will focus on:
The correlation between core sensitivities and insecurity as described within attachment research
The intergenerational nature of each core sensitivity and how sub-sets of insecurity can be transmitted between parent and child
Issues of vigilance within each core sensitivity regarding: autonomy, vulnerability, and/or intrusion
Implications for treatment of parent/child dyads, teens, and adults
Implications for all interpersonal relationships
Who should attend?
Registered COS-P Facilitators, psychotherapists, early intervention specialists and other helping professionals (clergy, social workers, teachers, etc.) Material presented will include information previously utilised in the intensive Circle of Security 10 day training.
For more information contact email@example.com or to book on the training go to: www.circleofsecurity.net/find-a-training