This course was created for people who experience issues around attachment and bonding.
Before we can build a healthy relationship with others, we must first start with the relationship we have with ourselves.
Through powerful bodily exercises, you’ll learn what secure attachment and bonding feel like.
You will practice how to hold that feeling of security in your body so that you can manage anxiety, regulate distress, and cultivate self-love.
Why the Body?
Attachment and bonding start in the body, not in the mind: “We grasp the world before we understand it.”
The information that lies within your body, and that comes from your body to your mind, is, therefore, stronger than your thoughts. Positive change starts deep within and includes both body and mind.
Learning to Connect
If you never received the attachment security you needed when you were little, you might find yourself constantly looking for it as an adult. But, how would you recognize it when you don’t know how it feels?
Learn how to cultivate and hold a sense of safety in your body and gain the opportunity to truly connect with others.
Claiming Back Your Power
During late childhood, you go through three developmental stages – autonomy, will, and sexuality – that are closely related to attachment.
Identify and resolve any issues related to those stages. Claim your personal space and power while remaining connected to yourself and your loved ones.
Understand the role of the body in achieving positive change.
Powerful mind-body exercises to help you gain a sense of what secure attachment feels like in the body.
Summary of the first part of the course – early attachment & bonding.
Bringing awareness to your body
Based on multiple interrelated models – of psychological and physical health – the Bodynamic System is traditionally applied to body-psychotherapy. Its use and benefits, however, reach far beyond that.
The Bodynamic System touches all aspects of our lives, as it focuses on how we interact and relate with ourselves, others, and our environments. It works with our emotional substructures, which form the basis of how we make decisions, form connections, and create meaning.
The unique and outstanding approach of Bodynamic facilitates the development of awareness – towards our bodily sensations, our emotions, and the relationship between the two. This kind of awareness is especially important for moving beyond attachment insecurities, cultivating a strong sense of self, and learning to form healthy and balanced relationships.
CEO & Senior Instructor at Bodynamic International
Born in 1959, Ditte Marcher is the daughter of the founder of Bodynamic, Lisbeth Marcher. She has been a member of Bodynamic since 1994. After completing the full analytic training in 1995, she chose to be trained as a teacher in Bodynamic.
Ditte Marcher is a therapist and one of the creators of Bodynamic’s shock approach. She deeply influenced Bodynamic with the concepts of Dignity, Me and the different layers of feelings.
In less than 2 hours, you will learn experiential bodily exercises by a renowned therapist to change behavioral patterns around secure attachment and bonding.
Access a groundbreaking approach to attachment issues that focuses on the root of the problem.
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Transformational learning with eBooks & Courses
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Specially designed digital workbooks for each attachment style.