Archive for mentalization – Page 2

Placing “Couples and Affairs” Into an Attachment Theory Framework (Part 2)

This is part two of my summary of a workshop that took place on January 13th, 2011, here in Albuquerque and was entitled Couples and Affairs: Managing the Clinical Challenges. The workshop was put on by Michael Ceo. I signed up for this workshop because the brochure said that the presenter would use attachment theory (among […]

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FHL Foundation Makes End-Of-The-Year Grants

The Foundation’s fiscal year ends on July 31st. On July 27th, 2010, the Foundation made it’s end-of-the-year grants. Here’s a summary of the end-of-the-year grants that were approved by the board:

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Considering Attachment Theory and Body-Mind: The “Dual” That Results

About a year ago I attended a presentation on resiliency in children. As I sat listening to the presentation I found myself saying something like, “The information on resiliency being presented here fits well with an attachment theory perspective.” As an example, the presenter said that resiliency does not come about simply because parents, family, […]

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