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Created for Connection What science has to say about the "art" of loving well presented by Deb Hanaford -Free Event -Childcare Provided

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Neuroscience tells us that humans are social bonding creatures, wired for connection from the cradle to the grave. Social isolation or chronic distress in relationships causes pain, anxiety, depression, and compromised health. Research over the last 20-30 years has found that human beings are healthier, more resilient, productive, and better resourced to cope with the stress of life when we love and are loved, well.

Come and gather fresh insights and practical tips about what it takes to build more "connected" relationships of love.

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While living in the US, Deb gained a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Masters in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. As a psychotherapist, she worked with diverse and marginalised populations in mental health clinics contracted with the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health. Training in evidence-based practices and attachment science affirmed her deeply rooted belief in the power of "presence" to provide a safe base for exploration, change, and improved wellbeing. Deb's extensive training in an empirically validated model, Emotionally Focused Therapy, gives a "map" which research shows helps heal, strengthen, and reshape relationship bonds to create a secure base and a safe connection.

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