Neglect, physical abuse, and sexual abuse have profound immediate and long-term effects on a...Read More
Author: Arthur Becker-Weidman, Ph.D.
Touching, rocking, eye contact, movement and physical closeness all will facilitate developmental attachment. Any activity that encourages reciprocity (such as pat-a-cake) and emotional attunement is helpful. Peek-a-boo with...Read More
There are many misconceptions and fictions about treatments for trauma-attachment disordered...Read More
Gail tells her seven-year-old daughter, Sally, to pick up the napkin Sally had dropped. As Sally crosses her arms a sad and angry pout darkens her face. Gail says, “Sally, I told you to pick up the napkin and throw it...Read More
A professional assessment is necessary to determine whether or not a child has an Attachment disorder. At the Center we use several tests as part of a comprehensive assessment to determine what attachment issues are causing...Read More
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