Emotional Avoidance: An Attachment Perspective
SRH Counselling Services
Emotional avoidance is an adapted coping strategy to control and minimise the risk of rejection from others. The suppression of emotion leads to the creation of a façade and with it shame and fear.
Explored from a Psychodynamic perspective this workshop will explore when emotional avoidance becomes pathological leading to psychological withdrawal, the loss of self and shame-based rage and violence.
Susan Harvey has been a praticising counsellor for 23 years and works with children, teens, adults, couples and families. Susan is also an experienced supervisor and lecturer.
Cost £35 (Concessions apply) this includes refreshments.
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