Together we are going to dive into attachment theory by being curious about how our connections with others and our experiences in those relationships can impact us, throughout our lives.
Attachment theory is NOT focused solely on looking at the relationship between a baby and their caregiver.... attachment is lifelong & our attachment patterns (like all patterns) can shift along the way, based on our experiences, in relationships.
These teachings are an integral part of our Trauma-Informed Yoga Psychology School teacher trainings and our Counselling Team's approach!
Our the next couple of months, we will explore:
1. Secure Attachment
2. Anxious Attachment
3. Avoidant Attachment
4. Disorganized Attachment
5. Secure Base
6. Safe Haven
7. Attachment-Based Lens
I will prompt reflections on our relationships, past-present-future 💫
A reflective prompt, for you today:
What are you most curious about, when it comes to attachment theory?
Please share with me, below!
♥️Dr. Melissa Jay
Dr. Melissa Jay
109-705 10th Street Canmore, AB T1W2A3
We are located beside Communitea Cafe, on the corner of 10th St. and 6th Ave.
Dr. Melissa Jay is an Indigenous, Nehiyaw-Métis, person, a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta, and the Indigenous Director of the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association. We at Canmore Counselling respectfully acknowledges the traditional lands of the Indigenous Peoples (Inuit, First Nations, Métis) of Canada. We are privileged to live on sacred lands and celebrate all of the Indigenous peoples, who live, work, play, and care for these lands. As an act of reconciliation and decolonization, may we work together to answer the TRC's Calls to Action: Truth & Reconciliation Commission Reports and Findings.