Those who suffer from Attachment Disorders experience a difficulty to bond that results from deprivation, trauma, and abandonment that occurs from a young age. Those suffering from AD typically demonstrate remarkedly inappropriate social relatedness (such as being unresponsive to care from a caregiver, while indiscriminately affectionate towards strangers), stemming from a history of neglect in their early years.
Positive Psychology is the scientific study of what makes life most worth living. It is more than a focus on fleeting happiness or warm feelings. Rather, it places great emphasis on meaning, helping t...View Condition
A form of in-depth talk therapy, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy works to bring forth the unconscious content of a patient’s psyche in order to alleviate psychic tension. In bringing buried thoughts or f...View Condition
DBT, or Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, is used to help individuals live in the present while handling stress and learn to regulate their emotions while improving relations with others. Originally devel...View Condition
Meditation is a practice in mindfulness. While many think that it is the practice of “turning off one’s thoughts,” this actually isn’t true. Meditation is instead about learning to observe one’s thoug...View Condition
In layman’s terms, assertiveness training is a kind of behavioral therapy that teaches patients how to stand up for themselves. The goal is to teach the individual how to appropriately voice their nee...View Condition
Group therapy involves one or more therapists who lead a group of five to fifteen individuals in targeting a specific issue they all share, such as depression, PTSD, social anxiety, anger, bereavement...View Condition
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, of ACT, is a kind of clinical behavioral analysis that focuses on helping patients to accept facts or situations they may be overreacting to or avoiding. It uses acc...View Condition