Attachment insecurity is all-too-common and contributes to a variety of difficulties in four-quadrant space. Problems within the personal self, disruptions in relational life, and destructive social system patterns are all more likely if the early childhood relational bond with caregivers is insecure rather than secure. Dr. Elliott will highlight how attachment patterns and dynamics can promote or disrupt peace – individually, relationally, and collectively. He will show how looking at this large field through an integral lens can help us to better promote attachment security and also the resolution of the effects of trauma. He will describe an innovative relational psychotherapy process that includes the healing power of creative imagination, cultivation of metacognitive perspectives, and enhancing effective collaboration with others. Attendees will be given an experiential taste of one of the innovative aspects of this approach.