What Happens After Detachment From Relational Trauma
Keywords:relational trauma, attachment theory, limbic resonance, limbic regulation
AbstractIn this paper, I will present a theoretical and experiential discussion about what happens after detachment from relational trauma. I will present insights from the attachment theory as well as neuroscience. I will also discuss limbic resonance, limbic regulation, and limbic revision, and will present techniques that will help with achieving them. A case history that highlights the theoretical discussions will be presented. I will discuss transference and resistance from a neuroscience perspective and will argue that if not worked through, they can impede progress in therapy and healing. I will also discuss the process of healing from a neuroscience perspective. A technique that can help to internalize connection and contact will also be presented.
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