Desorganized attachment

a desire to be near

The content

Disorganized behavior is a reaction of the child when there was too much threat and confusion around him from caregivers, and in the environment.

The disorganized pattern arises in the child when there is a desire to be close to the parents or caregivers as an object of security, in conflict with the urge to separate from the dangerous and confusing caregiver. This later shows up in our adulthood.

Desorganized in itself gives us a understanding something is not organized, not healthy.

We all know that for a short period of time there may be a kind of no good / healthy organization in the world, but afterwards it should be healthy, organized and welcome again.


For the adult it can mean being held hostage emotionally by the conflict of the desire for intimacy and also by the fear of intimacy.

In this workshop we will seek and explore theoretically and practically in groups the different dynamics:

the innate drive to attach and the instinctual drive to survive.
We will approach the desorganized attachment by understanding the identification as adults
Its involvement in the nervous system
Being fixed in a situation, and feeling threatened even when in reality there is no threat.
Narcissistic and sadistic abuse
We are looking from a safe place, boundaries and support, in a safe field from where we come. Using resources which were not there at that time.


Elisabeth Schneider

Elisabeth Schneider-Kaiser, recognized European therapist in the field of shock and trauma effects, integrative healing approaches. She developed her own training in Attachment. She is a professor at NARM, and is a member of the Somatic Experiencig® faculty.

Trained in Behavioral Activation Therapy, in PCA Client-Centered Therapy with Carl Rogers, in ISP (Comprehensive Somatic Psychology), in Somatic Experience with Peter Levine, and in Narm (neuro-affective relational model). She works primarily with shock and trauma effects.

Individualized and group practices with experience of more than 30 years. It carries out Supervisions, Individual Sessions and Seminars in Germany, Italy, Spain and Denmark.

Her work focuses on people. She works with the effects of shock and trauma in rape-abuse, prenatal reflexes and their impulses, embryology, understanding of the organs in relation to the shock of trauma, understanding… etc.

She has accompanied training teams for more than 15 years. She has a great variety of approach due to her long years of experience, which together with her curiosity, presence and attention give her a unique and close character to people.


Workshop details

17 – 18- 19 February 2023


10 to 13h and 14.30h to 18h every day



Note> if you want an invoice, inform at the time of registration

Inscripcions are open until January 26, 2023


Espai en Blanc, Trafalgar street 19 - Barcelona

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Income of €20 either by Paypal or bank deposit

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Satyarthi Wuwei Producer and General Organizer