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The Science of Adult Attachment: Understanding our Patterns in Relationships

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The Science of Adult Attachment: Understanding our Patterns in Relationships


COST: $15-45
TIME: Doors at 6pm, Meetup Group at 6:30pm, Event starts at 7pm.
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We all have an attachment style that impacts how we behave and feel in relationships. Though attachment styles are formed during childhood, awareness of our attachment style and tendencies can support the development of a healthy relationship through adulthood.

At this Science on Tap, Leah Haas, a mental health provider and sex educator, will discuss how each attachment style develops and the behaviors associated with them so participants can walk away with ideas to make their relationships more secure and satisfying.

Leah Haas (she/her) works in mental health as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) specializing in sexuality and gender at Inner Awareness Therapy. She works in youth sexual health for the State of Oregon and is a co-founder of Beyond the Talk which provides sex education to adults. In her free time, Leah loves backpacking, music, and hanging out with her dog Leto.

COVID Policy:
Verbal vaccine confirmation required; masks encouraged.

The event will be recorded and available to watch online later on our Patreon page.

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COVID-19 safety measures
Event will be indoors
Verbal COVID vaccine confirmation required
The event host is instituting the above safety measures for this event. Meetup is not responsible for ensuring, and will not independently verify, that these precautions are followed.
Science on Tap - Oregon & Washington
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