Every child craves stability. For a child with attachment issues, it is especially critical. He or she desperately needs you to show consistent love and provide dependable routines and guidelines. Parenting with consistency, over time, will help your child feel safe...
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...
Dr. Levy continues make an impact across the ocean in Japan and spread his expertise about attachment therapy where its needed. He was in Japan May 13-15 to visit Meiji University, Tokyo for their Attachment and Trauma Conference for mental health and child welfare...
In recent years there has been significant interest in adult attachment styles and how these relationship patterns influence adult intimate and romantic relationships. Attachment styles learned in childhood tend to endure throughout life. Thus, each of the...
We are biologically designed to seek and maintain attachments with others through which we learn the lessons of love, inter-dependence and trust. The quality of our core relationships has a profound effect on our health and well-being. Studies show that the level of...
Communication is the basis of meaningful relationships and secure attachment. It promotes empathy, understanding, support, and need fulfillment, and fosters constructive problem solving and conflict management. The communication method we have developed is Attachment...
Dr. Terry Levy travels the world to deliver professional training and instruction for general audiences. Here’s where to find him next. Visit our calendarfor full details:
Woburn, MA January 30 Waltham, MA January 31 Dedham, MA
Marietta, GA February 28
Albany, NY March 28
Springfield, MA March 29
Dallas, TX April 17
Plano, TX April 18
Oklahoma City, OK
May 29 Toledo, OH
Ann Arbor, MI May 31 Sterling Heights, MI
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: