“Couples in distress too often turn to solutions that can be summed up by "You do your thing and I'll do my thing"
Dr Stan Tatkin
ONLINE TALK FOR THERAPISTS
A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT): What is it?
Tuesday May 26th, 5-6:30 pm PST via Zoom.
Open to any therapists interested in learning about this approach and available to the first 25 therapists.
An online talk with Carolyn Sharp, LICSW to learn about the foundations of PACT and how it dramatically helps couples.
PACT, developed by Stan Tatkin, Ph.D., helps couples notice their reactions as they occur and learn how to address one another's attachment needs. It is based on the belief that understanding the human need for connection will help couples form more secure attachments and deepen their existing connections by developing secure-functioning relationships based on mutuality, sensitivity, collaboration, and fairness.
Bring your cases and ask questions about how PACT differs from other approaches in helping couples become unstuck and develop the most secure and satisfying relationships. Carolyn will describe and demonstrate
how to use this approach to create lasting change for couples in a short time.
Carolyn is an advanced PACT practitioner in Seattle, specializing in couples working through trauma, infidelity and complex life situations. She sees couples in her office in Ballard as well as offering couples intensives
and retreats around the Pacific Northwest and beyond.