Wired for Love with Stan Tatkin

February 8th, 2012

Learn to make sense of the pain and insecurity that plagues our most intimate relationships with Dr. Stan Tatkin, author of Wired for Love. His reassuring voice resonates with deep wisdom about how to grow the skill base that can turn your relationship into the safe, engaging and healing journey that it was meant to be. Stan’s knowledge is grounded in the latest brain science and extensive research and demonstrates a way out of the dead end conflicts by reinforcing the neural circuits that grow empathetic loving relationships.

Don’t miss this conversation that may well help you put your relationship first, leading to the most satisfying emotional healing in your life.

Stan Tatkin, author of Wired for Love is a Psy.D clinician, researcher, and teacher. He developed and trains therapists in a Psychobiological Approach To Couples Therapy® (PACT) which integrates neuroscience, emotional attachment, and healthy adult intimate relationships. He works with couples in private practice and runs a bi-weekly clinical study group and training programs for medical and mental health professionals through out the world. Over the last decade, Dr. Tatkin began linking his research in psycho-neurobiological theories of human relationship, with his early work in the field of mother-infant attachment to adult romantic relationships.

He speaks to professional audiences on subjects of couples therapy and preventative psychotherapy through early intervention with infants, children and their parents. He has published several articles on the psychobiology of couples’ therapy and is currently training therapists on his unique approach to couples work using attachment theory, neuroscience, and principles of arousal and affect regulation.

In addition to his private practice, he teaches and supervises first through third year family medicine residents at Kaiser Permanente, Woodland Hills, through which he is an assistant clinical professor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine.

Website: www.ahealthymind.org/

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