The Post Institute offers parents the opportunity to learn new ways of relating to their child
Parents of children who suffer from reactive attachment disorder can find the help their child needs to build a healthy attachment to the parent and other caregivers at The Post Institute.
The Post Institute offers parents the opportunity to learn new ways of relating to their child and does not use the commonly prescribed methods of consequences, behavior modification or physical restraint. The use of psychiatric medication is also strongly discouraged.
Parents of children who have an attachment disorder will be given new tools in an attempt to reach and connect with a child who may be defiant and difficult to love. These tools are appropriate whether the child was born into the family or is a foster or adopted child. It is not uncommon for older adopted children to have extreme difficulty in forming an attachment with their new families, regardless of how loving the new family may be.
The Post Institute encourages parents to adopt the philosophy of attachment parenting in dealing with their challenging children. This philosophy of child care centers around the parents being responsive to a child’s needs rather than being continually frustrated trying to get the child to fit into the lives of the parents.
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