Healing Insecure Attachment

A Live Workshop with Dr. Rick Hanson

AUGUST 17, 2024  |  9am – 1:30pm PT

Are you struggling with relationships?

Do you find it hard to trust others or feel secure in your connections?

You’re not alone.

Insecure attachment patterns formed in childhood can impact our adult relationships in profound ways. But there’s hope—with the right tools and guidance, you can heal old wounds and create more fulfilling relationships.

Join Dr. Rick Hanson on August 17 for a 4-hour live workshop on Healing Insecure Attachment. During this special virtual event, you’ll learn how to use the research-backed HEAL method to literally change your brain and create new neural pathways for security and connection.

Sign up by July 22 to save $100 with the Early-Bird special discount.

$249  $149
Dr. Rick Hanson

Get Powerful, Practical Tools to:

Recognize and heal attachment wounds from your past

Increase your capacity for healthy intimacy and trust

Grow the good inside your brain for more security

Create more satisfying, secure connections in all areas of life

This 4-Hour Workshop Will Cover:

Fundamentals of Attachment Theory

  • A profile of attachment styles, particularly insecure-avoidant and insecure-anxious
  • The relationship to schizoidal-ish or borderline-ish tendencies
  • How outcomes are affected by temperament, health issues, poverty, racism, and peers—not just caregivers
  • “Object relations”—how we create paradigms, models, scripts of relationships

Insight Into Your Own Style

  • What each of the styles feel like on the inside
  • Approaching your own tendencies, relationship issues and past with compassion—instead of blame
  • Identifying your behaviors and strategies that may feel self-evident and necessary, but may actually create trouble in your relationships

Taking in the Good and Healing

  • Hopeful research and antidotes that illustrate that we really can heal how we’ve been understandably affected by our childhoods
  • Introduction to the HEAL process: internalizing experiences of what you needed as a child
  • Identifying your own key “psychologial nutrients”
  • Recognizing and working through fears of internalizing these

Problem-Solving in Relationships

  • Common problems in relationships when one—or both!—are insecurely attached.
  • What it’s like for others—partners, colleagues, parents, adult kids, siblings, friends, bosses, etc.—to be with someone who is avoidant-insecure or avoidant-anxious
  • Suggestions and practical tips if you are avoidantly or anxiously attached . . . . or the other person is

Sign up by July 22 to save $100 with the Early-Bird special discount.

$249  $149

What You Get:

4 hours of live teaching

Join Dr. Rick Hanson on August 17th from 9am-1:30pm PT. (Includes two 15-minute breaks.) Check your local time here. If you can’t make it live, get full access to the recordings!

Guided Practices

Experiential practices for feeling safe, healing yourself, getting in your own side, witnessing your mind rather than being swept away by it, feeling cared about, and more.

Live Q&A

Plenty of time built into the workshop for Dr. Hanson to answer participant questions. (If you can’t make it live, send your questions in ahead of time!)

Lifetime Access

Lifetime access to the recordings of the 4-hour workshop so you can review the content at whatever pace suits you best.

AND Therapists can earn 4 CE Credits

Continuing Education Credits are available for an additional $50. Click here to learn more.

Transform Your Relationships

Sign Up by July 22 to save $100

Register for the Workshop

$249 $149

(Available at check-out in some locations: 4 interest-free payments of $44.75 through Affirm, Afterpay, or Klarna.)

Workshop + 4 CE Credits

$299 $199

(Available at check-out in some locations: 4 interest-free payments of $44.75 through Affirm, Afterpay, or Klarna.)

Lifetime Access and 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

Dr. Rick Hanson

Rick Hanson, Ph.D. is a psychologist, Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, and New York Times best-selling author. His seven books have been published in 33 languages and include Making Great Relationships, NeurodharmaResilient, Hardwiring HappinessJust One ThingBuddha’s Brain,  and Mother Nurture – with over a million copies in English alone. He's the founder of the Global Compassion Coalition and the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, as well as the co-host of the Being Well Podcast – which has been downloaded over 15 million times. His free newsletters have over 260,000 subscribers and his online programs have scholarships available for those with financial needs. He’s lectured at NASA, Google, Oxford, and Harvard. An expert on positive neuroplasticity, his work has been featured on CBS, NPR, the BBC, and other major media. He began meditating in 1974 and has taught in meditation centers worldwide. He and his wife live in northern California and have two adult children. He loves the wilderness and taking a break from emails.

Frequently Asked Questions
Is this a self-paced series, or do I need to watch it at a specific time?

This will be a live-streamed even that takes place on August 17, 2024 from 9am-1:30pm PT. (You can check your timezone here.) 

The recordings will also be available to watch at any time for anyone who has registered for the workshop. 

Is this program for everyone?

The Healing Insecure Attachment workshop is an educational workshop for the general public.

This workshop is not psychotherapy, nor treatment for any physical or mental health condition. Participants take responsibility for their own experience in the workshop.

The Healing Insecure Attachment workshop could be a useful resource for normal range experiences of anxiety, blue mood, stress, loneliness, and interpersonal conflicts, including for people in psychotherapy for these concerns.

If you are engaging in psychotherapy while engaging this workshop, please tell your therapist.

Last, if you have serious psychological issues or a history of suicidality, complex trauma, psychosis, or other severe mental health issues, you should consider not participating in this workshop as it could stir things up for you without there being the option of individual support – and we strongly advise that you seek professional treatment.

What if I need to cancel after I've registered?

No worries, just send us an email at rick@rickhanson.net and we’ll process your cancellation and refund within 2 business days

When does the 30-day money-back guarantee end?

The 30-day money-back guarantee is good for 30 days after the workshop, on September 18.

Are there scholarships available?

For those who are genuinely unable to pay for the workshop – which could include people who are unemployed, disabled, students, on a small fixed income or public assistance, or living in a developing country – there are full and half scholarships available.

Can I get Continuing Education Credits?

This programwill be eligible for 4 CE homestudy Credits (for an additional $50) from Being Well, Inc., a continuing education provider approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). We suggest checking with your licensing board to ensure that they’ll accept credits from APA-approved providers prior to purchasing or submitting the credits. More information coming soon.

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