Abiding in Secure Connection: An Attachment-Supportive Process Group

Abiding in Secure Connection: An Attachment-Supportive Process Group

A small group, somatic and experiential approach to healing our insecure attachment dynamics.

Through mindfulness practice, tracking our nervous systems, and slowing down at the earliest sign of a trigger, we will create a securely attached, communal space for healing. As our insecure dynamics arise in this secure field of curiosity, mutual support, and presence to the here-and-now, we can anchor in new ways to respond, discovering more choice in our relationships now.

Leveraging my work as a Somatic Experiencing and Somatic Resilience Practitioner, California Licensed Psychotherapist, an ongoing student of Nonviolent Communication, as well as the harvesting of decades of my own relational blunders, I will offer each participant in this intimate six person group setting my refined attention in exploring and renegotiating their stuck, insecure patterns of attachment.

Group members will discover how their relational histories contribute to triggers, allowing for more intimacy and autonomy, integrity while in difficult conversations, and ease while transitioning in and out of proximity.

$500: 10 Tuesdays, 5:30pm-7:45pm

{ April 3rd – June 5th }
This group is open to people of all ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientations.
~ Please wear comfortable clothing ~



Joel Decker, MFT, SEP @ 510-229-9765


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