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The developing mind: how relationships and the brain interact to shape who we are

character styles have indicated that an individual can be more than one style and from the role of a therapist each individual should not be categorised according. Insecure attachment can vary from avoidant, ambivalent, and disorganised as a result of relational trauma in childhood. asserts that insecure attachment to the caregiver has a negative effect on the right-hand side of the brain responsible for the child’s emotional development. proclaims the sensations that are imprinted during trauma are experienced as disruptive physical reactions in the present. The challenges to the therapist are to enable the client to take back control of self. The client must confront the trauma but only in a safe and secure environment and where the client will not be traumatised by it. The therapeutic space is allowing the intersubjective dynamic relationship to evolve through energy engagement, allowing the client to expand and develop his/her own stability in his/her environment.