Attachment (Focused) Therapy

Attachment-focused therapy is a type of therapy that aims to address relational and emotional problems by exploring the attachment patterns that individuals develop early in life. Attachment theory suggests that early experiences with caregivers shape an individual's expectations and behaviours in relationships throughout their life.

Attachment-focused therapy typically involves working with a therapist to identify patterns of attachment behaviour and how they may be contributing to current difficulties in relationships. The therapist may help the individual explore and understand their emotions, needs, and behaviours in a safe and supportive environment. This process can involve examining past experiences and relationships, as well as developing new strategies for communicating and connecting with others.

The goal of attachment-focused therapy is to help individuals form more secure and fulfilling relationships with others. This can involve developing greater emotional awareness, improving communication skills, and building trust and intimacy with others.

Attachment-focused therapy may be particularly helpful for individuals who have experienced trauma or disrupted attachments in childhood, as well as those who struggle with anxiety, depression, or other emotional difficulties. However, it can be beneficial for anyone who wants to improve their relationships and emotional well-being.


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