Attachment Therapy for Adults

Attachment Therapy for Adults in Utah

At TRUE you can find therapy for attachment disorders in adults in Utah.  Attachment disorder can be difficult because it affects how you respond to others.  There are four main different types of attachments.  These attachments were keyed by John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth back in the 1960’s.  Thus, they found four different attachments, secure attachments, anxious preoccupied, dismissive-avoidant, and disorganized.  This is a breakdown of the mentioned four to be worked on in therapy for attachment disorder in adults.  

First, Secure attachment makes you sad as your spouse leaves you but happy when they return, and you are able to meet your partner or children’s needs.  Second, anxious preoccupied is you being unable to meet others needs in your current relationships.  Third, dismissive-avoidant is you running away from connection or love from others.  Last, you struggle today to self-soothe and currently feel fear or respond erratically to others. We have therapy for adults with attachment disorders at TRUE.

Therapy for Attachment Disorder in Adults in Utah

The good news,  we have attachment therapy for adults in Utah available to you.  Thus, therapy for attachment disorder in Utah is currently available to you in our office.  The approach to use is simply looking at your past to find what needs processing.  There are many ways to accomplish this in therapy for adults with attachment disorders.  One quick way is EMDR but art therapy, sand tray, and other therapies will work when applied.  Therefore, attachment therapy for adults in Utah helps.  

Therapy for Adults with Attachment Disorder

How does this help?

Attachment therapy for adults in Utah helps you work on responding better to friends, family, and significant partners.  

Will I change?

The following question can be concerning for some.  Receiving therapy for attachment disorder in adults makes changes by looking at your trauma. And, resolving the emotional responses you have to trigger.  Thus, it’s inevitable things will change but for the better. 

How to start?

To start therapy for adults with attachment disorder contact us today.