Selfattachment and Inner Security

Selfattachment and Inner Security

In this Presentation Thomas Harms will show how bodyoriented Strengthening of the Selfattachment – Process of the Caregivers can help to overcome vicious circles within pre-, peri- and postpartal crisis of parents with their un- and newborn children. Video examples demonstrate how, by re-establishing a mindful and accepting relationship to their own bodily selves, parents can inaugurate a process of “contagious health” and develop spontaneous access to the bodily and expressive language of their children.

N.B.: de aankondiging is in het Engels omdat de voertaal in deze studieavond ook Engels zal zijn.

Thomas Harms is a psychologist and body psychotherapist and works in private practice in Bremen (Germany). He has been the director of the Centre for Primary Prevention and Body Psychotherapy (ZePP) there and the Crybaby Clinic attached to it since 1993. His main focus is on working with regulatory and attachment dysfunction in the first year of life caused by trauma and also working with adults with traumatic early attachment and developmental experiences.

Thomas Harms is lichaamsgericht psychotherapeut te Bremen, Duitsland. Zie ook: https://www.zeppbremen.de/

18.45 uur           Inloop en registratie
19:15 uur           Start programma theoretische deel
20:15 uur           pauze koffie/thee
20:40 uur           Start tweede deel met praktijkvoorbeelden
21:30 uur           Sluiting + Borrel

Organisatie: Werkgroep Het Jonge Kind (NIP)
Locatie:Lommerrijk, Straatweg 99, Rotterdam

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