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  • Prince Paul Clemens von Metternich as a Child, Surrounded by Toys, Rudolf Gaupmann, 1841, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (article on secure attachment)

    Secure Attachment

    Secure attachment is a primary factor for a healthy and fulfilling life. Although attachment style is generally formed in infancy, it can be promoted throughout one's lifespan.

  • A Venetian Family Portrait Group, after 1750, Pietro Antonio Novelli, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (article on Bowenian family therapy)
    Family Therapy

    Bowenian Family Therapy: History and Effectiveness

    Bowenian family therapy is a treatment approach for individuals and families to help heal problematic family templates of behavior that may have affected family relationships for generations.

  • Photo by Alex Iby on Unsplash (article on attachment theory)

    Attachment Theory: Overview and Implications

    Attachment theory is a psychosocial explanation for human bonding. Attachment styles inform many social relationships, including romantic attachments, family relations, friendships, long-term partnerships, and even interactions with strangers.

  • Photo by Pexels - Pixabay (article on inner child work)

    Inner Child Work: Overview, Benefits and Effectiveness

    Inner child work, sometimes known as inner child therapy or inner child healing, is a therapeutic process used in many forms of therapy to help clients address and recover from harmful experiences that occurred in early childhood.

  • Photo of two people cycling and reaching for one another

    Couples Therapy

    Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy usually administered by licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFTs) and focused on strengthening romantic relationships.

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