We appreciate the feedback we receive from the professional training we present to therapists working in an array of settings. To find training near you, see our event calendar. Here is a wonderful letter: “Years ago, I saw Terry Levy and Michael Orlans at the...
Children are not little adults — so it is very important for parents to know what to look out for when searching for a therapist to work with their child. Here are some general guidelines to help determine whether a therapist is a good fit. A good therapist...
The holiday season can be even more fun for families when parents consciously work to lessen stress and focus themselves and their children on building loving relationships. Here are just a few ways to make December merry and bright: Embrace family rituals. Family...
Attachment Communication Training, developed by our co-founders Terry Levy and the late Michael Orlans, is featured prominently in the book Clearing the Haze: Helping Families Face Teen Addiction. A review in the May edition of the Journal of the American Academy of...
After several years of collaboration with mental health and child welfare professionals in Japan, we are pleased to announce the opening in Tokyo of the Attachment Treatment and Training Institute (ATTI) of Japan. For years, Evergreen Psychotherapy Center’s...
Dr. Terry Levy travels the world to deliver professional training and instruction for general audiences. Here’s where to find him next. Visit our calendar for full details:
Warwick, R.I. June 21
Cromwell, Conn. June 22
Trumbull, Conn. July 25
Traverse City, Mich. July 26
Grand Rapids, Mich. July 27
Lansing, Mich. August 28
Eugene, Ore. August 29
Portland, Ore. August 30
Vancouver, Wash. Sept 19
Buffalo, N.Y. Sept 20
Rochester, N.Y. Sept 21
Syracuse, N.Y. October 4-6
ATTACh 30th Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, Va. Visit our calendar for more details.
What is attachment?
It is the deep and enduring connection established between a child and caregiver in the first several years of life. However, more and more children are failing to develop secure attachments to loving, protective caregivers. These children are left without the most important foundation for healthy development and are at risk for: