Neuroscientist Matthew Lieberman mentions in this TED x talk that taking Tylenol can help heart ache as he talks about how important our relationships are. And he changes up Maslow’s hierarchy which is pretty big. One of his recent studies showed that the human brain responds to fairness the same way […]
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So you want to know the key points of attachment theory? R. Chris Fraley gave a great summary in “A Brief Overview of Adult Attachment Theory and Research” (2010), and it boils down to 10 Key Points. Attachment behaviors are adaptive John Bowlby, a British psychoanalyst, wanted to understand why infants experience intense […]
As EFT therapists we are involved in what Alan Schore calls the “communicating cure.” The cure happens as we develop a strong therapeutic alliance so we can regulate and expand clients emotional experiencing. It it out of our ability to access and expand emotion the co-creation of corrective emotional experiences emerges. This means it’s important […]
Gotta love this guy and his research – I hope you enjoy and learn how important attachment really is to our health and well being.