How attachment and adaptation to danger shape our adult relationships
52/53 High Street
Why attend this course?
The understanding of adult attachment strategies can often be overlooked, when thinking about how we work therapeutically with adults. This two day workshop offers a rich exploration of adult attachment strategies to enable a deeper understanding of crucial aspects of the adult’s life, couple relationships and family relationships as well as the relationship between client/s and therapist. Expect a diverse and lively training experience including direct teaching, case examples, group discussion, film clips and experiential exercises.
Who is this course for?
Psychotherapists, counsellors, social workers, family support workers, health visitors, midwives, psychologists, family therapists and couple therapists.
Invited by GCS, Madeleine Woof is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. She has vast experience within various clinical roles at the Bridge Foundation for Psychotherapy in Bristol, as well as within Social Care systems. Currently a visiting clinician and trainer for TR, she has also worked as a supervisor, therapist, trainer and consultant.