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What is Attachment-based Therapy?

Attachment-based Therapy is an approach that focuses on understanding and addressing patterns of attachment developed in early relationships (particularly with primary caregivers) and current significant relationships. This therapy explores how these attachment patterns influence an individual's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in current relationships. By fostering a secure therapeutic relationship, attachment-based therapy helps clients explore and process attachment-related issues, such as trust, intimacy, and fear of abandonment. Through insight, empathy, and support, clients develop healthier attachment styles, improve interpersonal skills, and experience greater emotional security and fulfillment in relationships.

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