Attachments: Why You Love, Feel and Act the Way You Do will help you face the truth about who you are and gently modify your relational style at the same time. By doing so, you enjoy a deeper, more fulfilling life with others and, more importantly, with God. Drawing on groundbreaking research, Drs. Tim Clinton and Gary Sibcy show what’s at work when people flounder, or do surprisingly well, in the tricky business of loving and being loved.
ATTS 101: Attachment Injuries: Soul Wounds and the Foundations for the Healing Journey
In this lesson, Dr. Clinton and Dr. Sibcy identify and define attachment along with its scriptural basis. There are five key features of an attachment bond that differentiate attachment bonds from close relationships. Drs. Tim Clinton and Gary Sibcy review the four main attachment styles and the different relational rules that each style follows.
ATTS 102: Attachments: Core Principles & Dynamics That Affect Intimacy With Others
This session examines the different emotional responses that correspond with each attachment style. There are also implications for intimacy in relationships based on a person’s attachment bonds. Drs. Clinton and Sibcy provide information on the theoretical background of attachment, along with ways that attachment injuries can occur.
ATTS 103: Breaking Free: An Attachment-Based Prescription for Changes that Heal
This lecture focuses on breaking free from the past and healing from different attachment injuries. Based on their years of experience, Drs. Tim Clinton and Gary Sibcy present useful tools for counselors to help clients overcome attachment struggles, such as collaboration therapy, interpersonal therapy, cognitive therapy, and “here and now” therapy.
3.00 CE Credits available for IBCC Credential Holders.
The International Board of Christian Care (IBCC) is a growing, vibrant, and recognized segment of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and is open to all qualified mental health professionals, pastors, chaplains, para-professionals, and lay counseling ministry leaders who identify themselves as Christian counselors, life coaches, and crisis responders.