Within the psychology community - several attachment style theorists have, over the years, conducted a range of studies and hypotheses around attachment development and attachment theory. Theory of attachment The most influential is British born psychoanalyst, John Bowlby who developed his … Read more about What are the four stages of attachment theory
As we explored in Attachment Theory Part One, the attachments formed in childhood may affect a person physically, mentally, and emotionally throughout a lifetime. If a child develops a healthy attachment to a caregiver, he or she will more likely develop a secure attachment throughout life and … Read more about Understanding Attachment Theory and Addiction: Is There a Link?
"Tell me what it was like growing up." "Let's go back to your childhood." "What was your relationship like with your parents?" These questions come from psychologists and therapists around the world to the point where they can become annoyingly cliché. Those sitting across from a … Read more about What is Attachment Theory? Part One