Attachment Theory: What Is It? And How Can It Help Your Relationship? Part 1 of 3
We are back and cannot wait to have this conversation on Attachment! Attachment theory discusses the emotional bond between two people, and based primarily on early childhood experiences, discusses the way partners express their needs and show up in their relationships. The four main styles are: secure, anxious, avoidant, or disorganized.
So what are these attachment styles and what do they mean? How do you show up and relate to your partner? How does your partner relate to you? Do you ever experience a push/pull and cannot figure out why?
On today's show Dr. Chelsea Page, DHS, LPC, MS, is back for a three part series on Attachment: What it is, how to identify your style and your partners, and ways to change styles as well. This is a MUST for anyone struggling with relationships, their partner, or wanting to know more about how to find and feel better in love.
Welcome Back Family!
For the first time in history, right now everyone across the world, all together, all at the same time, are living through the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. And accessing joy is one of the most important and powerful tools we all have that can help us not only survive in difficult times like these, but also thrive in good times.
On today's show, Dave Raymond, the Original Phillie Phanatic and Key Note Speaker, joins us for an inspiring, personal and fun conversation about positive psychology, his own remarkable journey, and well... FUN! We'll talk about the benefits and biological affects fun, play, and freedom has on your body. Lucia and Dave also share simple and real things you can do right now to access your own happiness and your own power of fun.
So join us now this very special episode with legendary mascot and professional fun expert to reduce stress and anxiety, to live better, happier and healthier for your rise and comeback through these times of challenges and crisis!
On today's show, meditation guru, Swami Varadan is back to help us balance our minds, moods, spirits and lives during this challenging time! We’re a big believer in the power of meditation and intentions, and something can be extremely helpful especially right now. Swami will talk about his personal meditation techniques he is using, his suggestions for all of us, and walks us through a powerful two minute meditation to help calm you instantly, no matter what you are facing and experiencing right now, and through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Join Lucia now on WellSeekers!
Lucia at Night: Navigating Relationships, Closeness and Intimacy Through These Challenging Times
On this very special edition of Lucia at Night, Lucia welcomes back Dr. Chelsea Page, sex therapist, psychotherapist, and online coach as we help you through the reality and impact that the coronavirus has had on our relationships with ourselves, partners, and loved ones. Some of us might be sharing more space with our partners and loved ones, while some of us are feeling isolated more than ever. We also talk about real solutions of what you can do to help navigate these challenging times. Lucia is also joined (virtually) by her crew, where they get close and personal about how their interactions with loved ones has changed due to social distancing.
As part of our Coping Through Crisis series, you won’t want to miss this special show on how you can laugh, connect, love yourself and others more well, even in these unprecedented times of social distancing and also close quarters!
On today's show, we welcome back Dr. Danica Harris, Professor and Therapist in Dallas, TX who co-owns Empowered Healing Dallas, a private practice where she provides trauma-informed therapy using an interpersonal and attachment based approach. Join Lucia and Dr. Danica for a real and honest conversation about how COVID-19 is effecting us emotionally and mentally. They share their own thoughts and experiences, and what they are personally doing to adjust. Lucia and Dr. Danica also talk about what you might be experiencing, and offer some solutions of what we can do to cope through crisis as our lives might look and feel vastly different now as we go through this worldwide health pandemic together. We will rise and comeback through this together!
Coping Through Crisis
We’d like to take a moment to recognize these unprecedented times we are living through. We want you to know all of us here at WellSeekers are here for you in your well-being journey. You are not alone. We’d also like to thank all of you who have reached out to us asking to learn more about the 5 day course to help you through this time of crisis.
Coping Through Crisis: A Self-Paced Five Day Guide to Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Elevate Mood During Challenging Times is now available through our WellSeekers School. This course provides a guide to the skills and support for optimal mental and emotional health during a life crisis. Through videos, at-home activities and additional resources you will gain the keys to learning to cope and comeback to optimal mental and emotional health regardless of what you are facing. Join Professors and Therapists, Dr. Danica Harris and Lucia Nazzaro, LCSW, as they walk with you through this time to help you cope, heal and rise in the face of uncertainty. We hope you find this course valuable as it was created just for you.
On today's show, Lucia welcomes back guest Pete Perrotta, MS, LPC, LADC, as we talk about depression and anxiety in men, the signs and symptoms some of which might not be so obvious, how it might look different in men versus women, and ways to help our male loved ones filled with love, understanding, compassion and kindness.
So join the conversation now as we dive into the stories and solutions to help you and our loved ones rise and come back from anxiety and depression!
There comes times in every long term relationships where the romantic flames can feel like it’s been brighter; where your relationship can feel stuck, stale and stagnant. Not to worry. We’re here to help!
On today’s show, Lucia is joined by special guest Dr. Chelsea Page, a sex therapist, licensed professional counselor and registered psychotherapist, as we help you with relationship stagnation. We’ll talk about how to identify the signs of stagnation, creative and different ideas you can do, and why these ideas and being intentional in your mindset can work for you in re-igniting that flame in your romance!
On today’s show, Pete Perrotta, Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LADC joins Lucia at Night to talk about ways to approach this Holiday season in a more connected and loving way, and the meaning of family. Also joining in studio are friends Sarah and Krista where we talk nicknames, favorite holiday music and movies, cookies, and so much more!
So watch and listen to today’s show and de-stress from your day, and form stronger relationships with the people, places and things that you love; all in an informative, fun and intimate conversation. A treat and retreat for your day, Lucia at Night is going to help close the door on your day and light up your night.
When the Holidays Hurt: How to Handle Stress, Anxiety & Give Yourself Permission to Enjoy the Season
The holiday season is suppose to be one that reminds us to stop and let in the peace, joy and love that surrounds us daily. In reality, over 80% of people in a recent survey reported feeling stress and anxiety around the holidays. So what if this this time of holiday bliss, really brings up hurts from the past, family dysfunction and a list a mile long to accomplish? How can we enjoy our holidays and rise and comeback to the place of joy we crave in spite of what transpires around us or creep sin from our past?
On this episode Lucia is joined by Dr. Danica Harris to talk about ways to enjoy your holiday season and diminish stress and anxiety in real and practical ways.
Join Lucia and Danica as they kick off our 6 part series to help guide you and stand by your side this holiday season!
For more on Danica follow her at @theempoweredtherapist on Instagram and on her site: https://empoweredhealingdallas.com
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