About our Guest: Dr. Diane Poole Heller focuses on using somatic, or body-based, approaches to help people resolve the painful experiences and negative patterns that hold us back. Her work on adult attachment has forged a path for adults with childhood attachment injuries to develop the secure attachment skills that tend to lead to more connected and fulfilling adult relationships.
2:30: What is attachment, and why should we care?
4:45: Secure attachment
7:50: Avoidant attachment
12:30: The potential for movement toward secure attachment
16:00: Ambivalent (or anxious) attachment
20:45: Disorganized attachment
24:15: Somatic approaches to attachment wounds
29:50: Allowing the body to move out of threat
34:10: Secure attachment skills
38:55: Repatterning ourselves
47:20: Becoming more secure in connection
50:30: Three questions to help calm relational activation
55:45: A message to your younger self