Attachment-based therapy is a short form of psychological counselling. In this therapy, the relationship between the client and the therapist is based on establishing trust, expressing emotions. In the attachment-based treatment, the therapist looks into any connection between the experiences of the early bond of an infant with their primary caregiver and the infant’s potential to build a normal healthy relationship as an adult. Psychotherapists in Chennai uses this therapy to build and rebuild trust and establish a supportive relationship which will, in return, treat depression and anxiety.
When is Attachment-Based Therapy applied?
Attachment-based therapy is mainly conducted in individual, family, couple, and group therapy; this group can be with both children and adults. This therapy is primarily used to help clients to recover from broken relationships. This therapy benefits mostly the children in foster care, adoptees, traumatized victims, children with depressed mothers, children with divorced parents, and children who have been victims of child abuse. Many psychologists in Chennai, India, successfully use this therapy to help depressed and suicidal adolescents.
What should you expect from Attachment-Based Therapy?
As the goal of the attachment-based therapist is to rebuild family relationships, the therapist might have to work with the adolescent alone or with the family. The main aim of the therapist is to restore the bond between the parent and the child and further help the child become independent and self-sufficient as an adult. The psychotherapist in Chennai tries to create a secure bond with the client to recover from the adverse effects of new relationship issues with the primary caregiver.
The therapist needs to create this bond in Attachment-Based Therapy. This bond will help the client talk and express more freely about his or her issues; this helps the therapist understand better how and why the client’s current behaviour results from the early experience as a child. If you are thinking or recommend this therapy, you should not confuse physical and mental manipulation or restraint, deprivation, physical discomfort with attachment therapy. Many psychologists in Chennai practice this therapy; you can inevitably find someone that suits you.
How Attachment-Based Therapy works?
Psychologist John Bowlby first developed this therapy in the 1960s. He stated that it is essential for an individual to create a secure attachment to any primary caregivers. Because this gives them a sense of security, safety, and support, these are important to interact and connect freely with the outer environment. If the infant’s early experience is negative, they can emerge as suicidal when they reach adolescence. Therefore, the best psychotherapists create a trustworthy bond with the client. They can become more self-sufficient to form better relationships. Many famous psychotherapists in Chennai use this therapy also of other treatments.
What to expect in an Attachment-Based Therapist
For Attachment-Based Therapy, you can also look for the best psychotherapist. But the important thing is to feel comfortable and secure with the therapist. Therefore, you should always check how you are progressing under one certain therapist.
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