In recent decades, theorists and clinicians in attachment research have united the fields of developmental psychology, medicine, and clinical social work in the recognition of maternal-infant bonding as the foundational relationship upon which the human psyche is built.
Most relationship issues are related to the problems forming a bond.
Based on the work developed by psychologists such as Bowlby, Ainsworth, Fonagy, and Schore, and the remarkable advances of modern science, our interventions reflect and use the precise biological mechanisms underpinning human attachments.
By seeing relationships through an attachment lens, we equip our clients to become conscious of how their earliest experiences in the maternal-infant dyad have set them on paths of mental wellness or dysfunction. Bringing the insights of attachment theory into daily psychotherapeutic practices improves relationships and understanding of the self and the other.