How Our Childhood Experiences Impact Our Adult Relationships (In-Person)
Join us as we explore the connection between the ways we adapted to our childhood struggles and the complications in our adult relationships. In this discussion of Attachment Theory, we’ll discover how our “attachment styles” become the blueprint for our future romantic partnerships. We will learn how our early childhood experiences – including messages we internalized from our parents and other sources – lead to many of our blind spots when we settle into deeper connections with others. Discover how partners unintentionally and unknowingly recreate painfully familiar experiences for one another, and learn ways that they can repair the hurt.
This program is being offered IN-PERSON only. Masks are optional while in the building, but encouraged (especially for students who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19). Students are required to complete and sign a liability waiver form in order to participate, which will be distributed via email prior to the program, and available in paper upon arrival at the center.
All times are CT. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.
About the instructor
Liz Seitz began her training as a psychotherapist in 1987 and has been in private practice since 1992. She works with individuals and couples. Liz’s primary focus is helping people achieve healthy and sustainable relationships and live with intention, compassion, and purpose. She has a particular interest in post-traumatic growth and the resilience of the human spirit. Liz has a passion for music and singing and incorporates that into her workshops whenever possible.
Date & time
6:30 - 8pm CT
Number of sessions
Continuing Education Units