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Attachment and Neurobiology: Clinical Applications
This study explores the application of neurobiological research on attachment to therapeutic practice. The premise of the study is that an understanding of biological components of attachment can enrich counseling approaches, ...
How the Unexpected Loss of a Sibling During Adolescence Affects Future Romantic Relationships
Sibling loss has largely been overlooked by grief studies. Surviving siblings are still to this day finding themselves as the forgotten mourners. However there is still lacking sufficient literature on the topic of sibling ...
Childhood Loss, Attachment, and Pathways to Growth: A Personal Growth Process
In this thesis, I will present my own personal experience with childhood loss and grief as it has impacted my life, through my adolescence and into my adulthood. Using autoethnography as a method of research inquiry, I ...
The Attached Leader: The Development of Trust and How it Influences Leadership Styles
Throughout the last century, much work and research has been done to identify the personality styles and traits of effective leaders (Ainsworth & Bowlby, 1991; Towler, 2005; Lencioni, 2014; Sethuraman & Suresh, 2014; ...
Coming Home: An Autoethnography on Acceptance, Embodiment and Compassionate Awakening.
This paper draws upon my own lived experience as well as the work of Joseph Campbell to articulate a way of understanding the human journey. It provides an autoethnographic account of my experience with attachment, somatic ...
Impact of Attachment on Bereavement: Implications In Clinical Practice And the Development of an Integrated Somatic-Attachment Bereavement Therapy Model
Attachment theory informs bereavement on multiple levels. How the bereaved respond to loss can be predicted by their early attachment relationships. The death of an attachment figure is a unique and highly stressful event. ...