Reactive Attachment

Reactive Attachment Disorder is a psychiatric illness that can develop in young children who have problems developing healthy attachments to parents and caregivers. Signs include detached and unresponsive behavior, failure to gain weight, difficulty being soothed or comforted, severe colic, inhibition in social interactions and defiant behavior. With treatment, children with RAD may develop more stable and healthy relationships.

Local Experts in Reactive Attachment

Memory Rutherford

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy, Individual Therapy, Family Therapy

Problems with how a child and parent bond can happen to anyone and can last throughout adulthood. I can help strengthen the parent child bond, decrease negative reactions, and/or address adult problems that stem from a person's childhood.

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