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Wed, Mar 06

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Online Course

Generational Healing: Tools For Breaking Dysfunctional Patterns

Without looking at the generational patterns we've inherited from our parents and grandparents, we can easily get caught in a cycle of shouting, arguing, threatening, blaming, or distancing if that's what we experienced as children.

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Time & Location

Mar 06, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST

Online Course

About the event

The class will cover:

  • Understanding the challenges of responding calmly when triggered by childhood trauma
  • How upbringing, attachment dynamics, and neurological development influences your parenting behaviors
  • How family history can impact your child's behavior, even on a cellular level
  • How attachment and relational experiences affect neuroplasticity in your child's developing brain
  • How parents who suffered trauma as children can learn to heal and cultivate a curious, creative brain in their child
  • How you can help your child cultivate a mindset characterized by vitality, adaptability, and emotional resilience
  • Strategies for moving away from dysregulated states (aggression and withdrawal) toward flexibility and positivity
  • How to help your child identify which pathway they're on (Resilient Green, Reactive Red, or Disengaged Blue) to increase self-awareness and resilience
  • Why aiming for "perfect parenting" is not only unrealistic, but harmful!
  • How you can show up more fully for your child, even if you did not have secure attachment with your own caregivers
  • Addressing common challenges: attention-seeking behaviors, emotional regulation difficulties, and relationship dynamics
  • Simple strategies for honoring the Four S’s of Attachment based on the latest brain and attachment research: Safe, Seen, Soothed, and Secure
  • PLUS, a sneak look at Dan's upcoming book on the Enneagram and its contribution to understanding temperament

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