Adult Attachment Disorder

Flatirons Counseling Services provides counseling and therapy for marriage and relationship-related attachment issues.

It can be a challenge managing difficult emotions that remain from early-life or previous relationships. Harmful childhood experiences, abandonment, lack of support from parents or previous partners can all contribute to a sense of powerlessness over the world in which we live. This can lead to difficulty with your ability to form natural and healthy attachments to your partner.

Should I Seek Help for Adult Attachment Disorder?

If you find yourself noticing any of the following, you should seek help from Flatirons Counseling Services:

  • Difficulty resolving conflict with your partner or other adults
  • Denying responsibility for wrong-doing
  • Control others through hostile manipulation
  • Trouble showing empathy, trust, or compassion with your partner
  • Trouble giving or receiving affection and love
  • Resistance toward actions of a nurturing partner
  • Lack self-control – impulsiveness
  • Superficially charming and engaging
  • Feelings of isolation and depression
  • Addictive behavior / substance abuse
  • Feeling blamed by family, friends and coworkers

How Can Flatirons Counseling Services Help with Adult Attachment Disorder?

Flatirons Counseling Services’ adult attachment disorder counseling and therapy helps those with marital / partnership attachment issues find a path beyond old emotional wounds that pose as a barrier to healthy attachment to your partner. We’ll work with you in a caring and discrete manner to develop the strategies and processes that will help you develop a trusting, empathetic, and healthy relationship with your loved one.

To learn more about how Flatirons Counseling Services can help you with adult attachment counseling and therapy, contact us for a complimentary initial consultation.

Phone: 720.897.0986
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