Movement Patterns in Relationship

July 15, 2022
Hosted by Arleen Maiorano, LCSW-R, LP

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In this episode, my guest Ruella Frank and I will discuss the importance of Movement Patterns in Relationship, and how we continuously interact with each other in dynamic, relational, and contextual patterns. We will discuss how movement can subtly but powerfully create the ground for openness and connection, or conversely, the ground for defensiveness and distance; how different movement patterns can create frustration and lack of attunement; and how generational trauma is passed down through movement.

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I am a couples therapist and believe deeply in the healing power of relationships. I believe that we repeat our childhood trauma with the person we connect to and love, and that if we learn to manage our reactions differently, we can begin to heal that trauma. To do this, we have to hear our partner's side, instead of instinctively defending ourselves and fighting for our side. Of course, this has to go both ways, and we then heal when we mutually experience the generosity of the other. Ask Arlo releases new episodes every month on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel.

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Arleen Maiorano, LCSW-R, LP

Arleen Maiorano, LCSW-R, LP

Arleen Maiorano, LCSW, LP, DCSW, Columbia University, is certified in Gestalt, EMDR and Imago Relationship Therapy, has trained in Interactive Group Therapy and integrates these modalities into her work with individuals, couples and groups. “My emphasis is on the healing power of relationships, on the belief that when we meet with fullness and openness, with genuine and unreserved acceptance, we create the ground from which all healing takes place.”

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