Attachment and Personality Disorders

I am not a research person, and hope to never be stuck in a lab, but over the years I have come into my own theories.  When I was researching Attachment Disorder early in my career, I continued to have the information in my mind as I began diagnosing related to mental health conditions.  As […]

Attachment Theory and Child Development

Early in my career, I wanted to work with kids.  I did my internship in foster care and adoption, and learned so much from my time there.  I worked with kids coming from horrible situations.  I saw families working toward adoption.  I went to court to relate progress, or lack there of, related to reunification […]

Time To Care

Once again, the nation is struggling with needless loss and death.  With so many school shootings, and other shootings, our country is struggling to get a handle on something that we can’t see and don’t fully understand.  When did it become acceptable to hurt so many people?  On the other hand, when did it become […]

Attachment Disorder Support

This is a very real topic, and one that is hard to think about.  Most people think about attachment related to infants.  Healthy attachment to caregivers gives kids the stepping stones that they need to be successful in life.  As kids grow up, they learn to trust others through healthy attachments, and they go off […]