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Inappropriate Immediate Attachment
Basis / relationship: Attachment is the 2 way emotional connection between (initially) a young child and his caregiver. When that first bond is healthy, it allows the child to bond with others in their world and develop reciprocity, the ability to take the perspective of another, and empathy. Without it, relationships with others usually are stormy, harmful, or non-existent for a lifetime. Treatment helps somewhat. ...Read more
Thank you, it's just so bothersome bc I don't know what's causing this. did you see the attachments as well? This pain isn't right and they keep sayin
Scattered question: We physician are at different shift schedule. your questions may not be seen by the same person all the time. If you have a problem which needs follow up , you better call and talk to a physician so that you can follow up anytime with anybody. Your health information is saved and available for the consult everytime you call. ...Read more
Having thr w/post approach.With noted non-tear inflam issues to glut min & med attachments, dr plans on using autologous prp upon closure. Thoughts?
Will probably help: with speeding the healing process.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not usually: This is a big "it depends" type question. If the child is simply having a straight- up problem letting go, transitioning, and bonding with others, then no. It's a matter of conditioning, and likely play therapy. If there's a co-morbid condition such as anxiety, ptsd, or autistic tendencies, then sometimes meds can aid in a comprehensive therapy. Consult with your doctor to see if something's amiss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Reactive attachment disorder (rad) is one of the more severe childhood mental health diagnoses which almost always requires intensive professional intervention. One of the reasons for this is that children with rad fundamentally have difficulty establishing close relationships with caregivers, which is an essential requirement for both affect and behavioral regulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a child joins a family by adoption, should they be treated for attachment issues when they always seek negative attention? Seems more valuable 2.
Consider options...: The first thing to check is whether the kiddo receives positive attention when they do something well - if not, negative attention seeking may be an alternative, because any attention can feel better than none at all. If they seek negative attention from most everyone they meet, even strangers, it may be a sign of more serious issues requiring counseling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have rad.(reactive attachment disorder) and i don't know what to do. I don't want to tell my parentsany advice?
Reactive attachment: disorder starts B4 age 5. Signs. Symptoms can begin during infancy.t: Withdrawn, sad listless appearance, Failure 2smile Failure 2 reach out when picked up No interest in interactive games No interest in playing w' toys Engaging in self-soothing behavior, i.e. rocking Calm when left alone Later children may exhibit disinterested (withdrawn) or disinhibited (over attention seeking) behaviors ...Read more
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