Attachment-based therapy

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What is it?

Attachment-based therapy or attachment therapy, is a psychotherapy approach that explores the impact of early relationships and attachments in shaping an person's psychological well-being and their ability to navigate relationships throughout their lives.

Attachment-based therapy aims to address issues related to attachment patterns. This approach supports individuals in to improving communication, developing secure attachments, and resolving past painful memories.

How does it work?

Here's a breakdown of how attachment-based therapy typically works:

Assessment and Understanding:

Therapy begins with assessing and exploring the client's attachment history, family dynamics, and significant life events. Therapist will assist you with identifying and understanding your attachment style which may include secure, insecure-avoidant, insecure-anxious, and disorganized. These styles influence how individuals approach relationships and cope with emotions.

Over the course of therapy, your therapist will guide you in exploring your present relationships, identifying patterns of behavior, interactions, and communication that may be influenced by their attachment history. You will receive support with navigating your emotions and processing past experiences. This can involve acknowledging and validating emotional pain, fostering self-compassion, and reframing maladaptive beliefs about yourself or others. The therapy aims to create a secure and trusting therapeutic relationship between the client and therapist. This relationship serves as a model for healthy attachment and provides a secure base for exploring emotions and addressing relational challenges.

Through self-awareness and understanding of attachment style, you can work towards adopting healthy patterns, promoting secure attachments and improve the quality of your relationships.