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ASK THE THERAPIST: WHAT IS ATTACHMENT THEORY?

When:
Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 12:30 PM until 2:00 PM
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ASK THE THERAPIST: WHAT IS ATTACHMENT THEORY


with ALLISON PECK  - Via Zoom












Designed for expectant and new parents, or anyone interested in understanding the nature of the bond between child and caregiver, this session will consider John Bowlby's Attachment Theory. Considered the most important theory of psychology, this biological motivation to connect is inherent within us all, and carries into our intimate adult attachment relationships.

Key topics will include:
What is Attachment Theory?
How does my child connect to me?
How does this fit in with feeding my child?
How does this relate to my own identity, and development?
What does this mean for my spouse/partner?
Where does work/life balance fit in with attachment?
How does this relate to my toddler?





About: Allison Peck, LMSW, MA
As a Psychotherapist at Seleni Institute, Allison works with adults and couples in the family-building years, addressing perinatal adjustment, anxiety, mood, trauma, and relationship issues throughout the lifespan.  Allison uses an integrative approach to therapy, combining psychodynamic insight with cognitive behavioral techniques and mindfulness-based tools in order to cultivate response flexibility and self-compassion. Her psychotherapy approach is collaborative and open, balancing change with acceptance strategies.