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Attachment-Based Therapy

Attachment-based therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the importance of healthy emotional bonds and attachments in a person's life, particularly in the context of their relationships with caregivers, family members, and close friends.​


Key principles and concepts:

  • Attachment Theory 

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Exploration of Past Relationships 

  • Repairing Attachment Wounds

  • Improving Current Relationships 

  • Building a Secure Base

  • Relationship Issues

  • Stress Management


Attachment-based therapy can be helpful for addressing a wide range of emotional, psychological, and relational issues. It is particularly well-suited for individuals who have experienced disruptions or difficulties in their early attachment relationships.


Addresses issues such as: 

  • Relationship Difficulties 

  • Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma

  • Personality Disorders 

  • Parenting Issues 

  • Emotional Regulation 

  • Self-Esteem

  • Grief

Attachment-based therapy is a versatile approach that can be applied to various populations, including children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families, depending on the specific needs and goals of the clients. 

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