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  • What is Attachment Theory
    Attachment theory is a psychological model that explains the manner in which people form and maintain emotional bonds with others. It is based on the idea that we all need to form strong, secure attachments to others in order to develop and thrive. Attachment theory provides a framework for understanding how relationships are formed and how they change over time. As a relationship and behavior coach, I use attachment-based principles to help my clients build healthier, more secure relationships with themselves and with others.
  • What is Gibson Integrated Attachment Theory?
    Gibson Integrated Attachment Theory (GIAT) is a holistic approach to personal development that combines the principles of psychology, neuroscience, and spiritual philosophy. GIAT helps individuals cultivate self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-compassion in order to create meaningful connections with themselves and others. GIAT is an evidence-based and trauma-informed approach to personal growth that is designed to support individuals in developing their self-esteem, resilience, and emotional intelligence.
  • What are some signs that I have an insecure attachment style?
    Do you find yourself often annoyed and wanting space in your relationships? Do you sometimes feel suffocated by your relationship? Do you often question whether you are in the right relationship? Do you question your compatibility with your partner? Do you often feel like you have done something wrong? Is there a lot of push/pull in your relationship dynamic? Do you sometimes feel like your relationship is toxic? Do you feel unsafe on a very deep level? These are some of the signs that you may have an insecure attachment style.
  • How many attachment styles are there?
    There are four attachment styles. They are: secure avoidant (aka dismissive avoidant or anxious avoidant) anxious (aka preoccupied or anxious ambivalent) disorganized (aka fearful avoidant) Each style is characterized by how an individual perceives and responds to intimacy, trust and communication within relationships. As a relationship and behavior coach, I can help you identify your attachment style and provide guidance to create healthier relationships and a greater sense of inner peace.
  • What characterizes a fearful avoidant attachment style?
    A fearful avoidant attachment style is characterized by a person feeling both a strong desire for closeness and connection in relationships, as well as an intense fear of being rejected or abandoned. This style is a combination of the anxious and the avoidant styles. People with this type of attachment style may be overly independent and have difficulty forming close relationships with others. They may also feel uncomfortable with physical and emotional closeness, and struggle to trust and rely on others.
  • What is a core wound?
    A core wound is an emotional trauma that can be caused by an event or a series of events during childhood. This trauma can lead to negative patterns and behaviors in adulthood, and can be deeply rooted in the unconscious mind. Identifying and healing core wounds can help you break free from negative behaviors and chaotic relationship patterns.
  • What is a core belief?
    A core belief is a central belief about self, others, and the world. It is the lens we view things through and shapes our thinking, reality, and behaviors.
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