Abiding in Secure Connection: A Workshop for Couples

Abiding in Secure Connection: A Workshop for Couples

A highly experiential, somatic approach to healing our insecure attachment dynamics.

Through mindfulness, tracking the nervous system, and slowing down at the earliest sign of a trigger, we will create a securely attached, communal space. 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, offering more choices to stay in connection during current (or echoes of) relational tension.

Leveraging my work as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Psychotherapist, student of NVC (Nonviolent Communication), and the harvesting of my own mistakes, I will offer each couple extensive attention in exploring their stuck, insecure patterns while in a state of secure connection with each other and the group.

Couples will leave the workshop with their own unique awareness tools to continue the practice of tracking and understanding how each other’s 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.


January 7th: 10am-7pm
This group is open to couples of all ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientations.
~ Please wear comfortable clothing ~


Call Joel @ 510-229-9765