Attachment Styles, Buddhism, and the Brain
This workshop offers a unique fusion of evidence-based psychological theory and practice, ancient Buddhist wisdom, and neuroscience to empower healthier, more fulfilling relationships.
Throughout the workshop, you will experience:
Integrative Learning: Explore attachment theory, its profound ties to Buddhist principles and
neurological wiring. This knowledge will serve as a practical, intuitive map for consciously navigating relationships.
Deep Self-Awareness: Emphasis is placed on self-awareness, supporting attendees to gain valuable insights into their attachment style habits, triggers, and pathways to deeper security, freedom, and love.
Mind-Body Connection: Explore the tangible manifestation of attachment styles within the psyche and the body supporting the ability to make nourishing shifts in relating in real time.
Clarity in Relationships: The ultimate objective is to equip participants with tools and clarity for cultivating secure relationships while maintaining healthy attachment and personal freedom. Practical guidance and self-reflection will empower attendees to clarify what they want from and what they want to bring to their most important relationships.
Join Cairo for this enriching workshop to uncover how the insightful synthesis of principles from attachment theory, Buddhism, and neuroscience can nurture your capacity for secure, intimate relationships with those who matter most in your life.
Cairo is a seasoned facilitator with over two decades experience in guiding transformational processes. Cairo’s expertise spans psychotherapy, coaching, education, somatic practices, creative arts, spiritual traditions, education, and mediation. Cairo is committed to creating healing and creative spaces that uphold the principles of evidence-based, client-centered, and trauma-informed practices. With more than a decade of experience working with couples and a thriving fifteen-year marriage, Cairo brings firsthand insights into the intricacies of intimate relational dynamics. Cairo’s childhood, surrounded by four parental figures, has also provided a rich tapestry ofro understanding attachment influences and their implications. Cairo’s mission is to nurture a world of care and kindness through the cultivation of loving relations with ourselves, one another, and the greater whole.