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Read an expert's view on what successful treatment for reactive attachment disorder entails. Keep in mind that the most useful therapy also provides help to parents.
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Successful treatment for reactive attachment disorder includes more than just reducing undesirable behavior and must involve the entire family. Learn about what works here.
Treatment of reactive attachment disorder often involves a mix of psychotherapy, medications and education about the disorder. Learn the goals of treatment here.
Compare attachment therapy and traditional therapy side-by-side, and learn how traditional treatments for reactive attachment disorder fall short.
Reactive attachment disorder treatment is different for each person. Learn soothing techniques and when attachment repair can occur.
From medications and therapy to follow-up care, the information that can help your child is here. Scroll down to the treatment section of this article on reactive attachment disorder.
Learn about two treatment options for reactive attachment disorder in this brief article, and learn which has the most advantage.
This treatment option for reactive attachment disorder is considered to be one of the most successful therapy options. Find out why it works, and read a case study.
Neurofeedback therapy is a common treatment for many conditions, from migraines to reactive attachment disorder. Watch how this treatment works.
This in-depth, technical article goes into detail about neurofeedback treatment for reactive attachment disorder. Find out how research backs this treatment option.
Learn how to prevent reactive attachment disorder by initiating the bonding process early and avoid future treatment.
Having a safety plan is essential in coping and treating reactive attachment disorder. Learn what you need to do to create a plan for your child.
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