emotional attachment disorder

Dominate attachment and enjoy balanced relationships and stable feelings

The ability to form healthy relationships with others is a necessary part of human life. However, when these bonds with others turn into pathological attachment, those feelings become a source of harm, because those with pathological attachment suffer from low self-esteem and look outside their own boundaries to alleviate their distress, and this can lead to many emotional and behavioral problems that may be Harmful, not on the personal level, but even on his social and family environment, and therefore this therapeutic program consisting of four weekly sessions, prepared specifically for each case, is in order to identify the main causes of pathological attachment and employ the best therapeutic methods to identify patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions that strengthen the feeling of negativity in their lives. Learn strategies to break these patterns and improve their self-awareness and relationships with others.

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emotional attachment disorder

emotional attachment disorder

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What is Emotional Attachment Disorder?


Pathological emotional attachment is a relationship disorder characterized by excessive dependence on others to meet one's emotional and psychological needs. People with pathological emotional attachment feel an intense fear of abandonment or rejection, and do their best to avoid these feelings. Pathological emotional attachment can lead to relationship problems, low self-esteem, anxiety disorders and depression.


Is this program suitable for me?


Symptoms of pathological emotional attachment include:


      Intense fear of abandonment or rejection.

      Constant need for attention and support from others.

      Loneliness or isolation when the person is not with the person associated with them.

      Control or manipulate others to maintain the relationship.

      Feelings of guilt or shame when a person expresses their needs or desires.


If you are facing these challenges, this program may be suitable to help you overcome pathological attachment and manage your relationships effectively.

Program Sessions and Stages

These five steps form a structured approach to help individuals overcome Specific phobia and achieve peace and mental balance. Personalized programs may include additional components designed specifically to meet the unique needs and progress of each participant

Step 1: Assessment

In this stage, the individual's suffering and experiences are identified. This process often includes a comprehensive assessment of thoughts, feelings, and behavior.

Step 2: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT can help individuals identify and change the negative cognitive and behavioral patterns that contribute to unhealthy attachment.

Step 3: Emotion Regulation and Self-Esteem Strategies

Individuals are taught emotion regulation techniques and self-esteem strategies to help them cope with situations that cause stress. These techniques can include relaxation practices and mindfulness practices.

Step 4: Social Skills Training

Individuals are taught basic social skills and develop healthy relationship-building skills.

Step 5: Relapse Prevention

Strategies are provided to prevent relapse and maintain progress. It is important to help individuals identify signs of relapse and provide them with tools to maintain the gains they have made.
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