Bestselling Author, Psychobiologist Dr. Stan Tatkin, Offers Insight into Successful Personal Relationships in New Book and 6-CD Set

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2013

The human brain is wired for war. That’s the bad news. The good news is that it is possible – even easy – to rewire our brains for intimacy and happiness.

Simple practices include creating a ‘couple bubble’ and knowing our personal relating style, the ‘Wave,’ the ‘Anchor,’ or the ‘Island’ can make enormous difference in how relationships are sustained, with more joy, intimacy and can even make for better sex.

‘Your Brain on Love: The Neurobiology of Healthy Relationships’ Sounds True 6-CD Audio Learning Course complete audio learning program, merges current insights from neurobiology and attachment theory to help shift out of conflict and into deeper and more loving connections. Audiences will first learn to identify attachment stylesthe patterns of intimacy that begin in our earliest years. Then Tatkin guides the audience through the proven principles and practices for building enduring security and commitment between couples, family members, colleagues and even friends. Receive the 6-CD set or an electronic file for download upon request.

Tatkin’s bestselling books include ‘Wired for Love: How Understanding Your Partners Brain and Attachment Style Can Help You Defuse Conflict and Build a Secure Relationship’ published by New Harbinger and ‘Love and War in Intimate Relationships: Connection, Disconnection, and Mutual Regulation in Couple Therapy’ with coauthor Marion Solomon, available through W. W. Nortons Interpersonal Neurobiology Series. These books will be provided electronically or mailed upon request.

Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, is a clinician, researcher, teacher, with a private practice in Southern California. He teaches and supervises family medicine residents at Kaiser Permanente and is an assistant clinical professor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine.

Tatkin and his wife, Tracey Boldemann-Tatkin, developed a Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT

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