How does Attachment-Based Therapy work?

The foundation of attachment-based therapy is the continued study of how an infant’s early experiences with primary caregivers, generally their parents, might shape his or her ability to form healthy emotional and physical connections as an adult. This type of therapy can be beneficial for people who have experienced trauma or loss, or who have difficulty forming close, meaningful relationships. It can also be helpful for couples or families who are struggling with communication or conflict.

How does Attachment-Based Therapy work?

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