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Bindung und Migration
17th International Attachment Conference
Attachment and Divorce
October 05 - October 07, 2018
Bindung und Migration

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International Attachment Conference Program 2017

International Attachment Conference Program 2017

The programflyer "THE POWER OF GROUP ATTACHMENT, Resources and security, dangers, and fanaticism – The potential for therapy and prevention is available now.

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<b>16th International Attachment Conference Ulm "The Power of Group Attachments"</b> (2017)

16th International Attachment Conference Ulm "The Power of Group Attachments" (2017)

In our culture, infants tend initially to form attachment relationships with only a few people, especially with parents.

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<b>15th International Attachment Conference Munich "Attachment and Emotional Violence" </b> (2016)

15th International Attachment Conference Munich "Attachment and Emotional Violence" (2016)

When people have a positive experience of attachment that is characterized by sensitivity, respect, recognition, support and appreciation in which help is readily offered in emergencies, they grow into healthy individuals who are generally up to everyday demands.

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<b>14th International Attachment Conference, Munich "Attachment Traumatizations" When attachment figures become perpretrators </b> (2015)

14th International Attachment Conference, Munich "Attachment Traumatizations" When attachment figures become perpretrators (2015)

Such trauma is especially damaging, and in some cases even fatal, because it is perpetrated by precisely the people from whom its victims should have been able to expect protection and security.

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<b>13th International Attachment Conference Munich  "Attachment and Migration" </b> (2014)

13th International Attachment Conference Munich "Attachment and Migration" (2014)

Tragically, many people today, are losing their relationships with their attachment figures -- and often with members of their extended family and friends as well -- as a result of migration, displacement and flight, torture, human trafficking, especially with women and children. They may also become isolated from their linguistic and cultural roots.

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<b>12th International Attachment Conference Munich "Attachment and Psychosomatics" </b> (2013)

12th International Attachment Conference Munich "Attachment and Psychosomatics" (2013)

Today, even though the bio-psycho-social-ecological understanding of health and disease is under discussion worldwide, it has not by any means gained anything like universal acceptance. Psychosomatic research and developments in the treatment of psychosomatic patients have added considerably to this discussion.

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<b>11th Attachment Conference Attachment and Adolescence – Individuality, Group, and Autonomy" </b> (2012)

11th Attachment Conference Attachment and Adolescence – Individuality, Group, and Autonomy" (2012)

Secure attachment in early childhood is especially impor tant in adolescence because adolescents are heavily engaged in becoming autonomous and separating from their attachment figures. This process may cause much anxiety and activate their need for attachment. Some adolescents are unable to separate at all; others attempt to force separation.

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<b>10th International Conference "Attachment and Addiction" </b> (2011)

10th International Conference "Attachment and Addiction" (2011)

Alcohol, drugs, medications, food, starvation, computer games, work, relationships - many things can cause addiction in people. Addiction frequently begins as a response to the overwhelming stress of emotionally difficult developmental conditions, traumatic experiences, insoluble conflicts, among other things.

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