808 6th St. South
Kirkland, WA 98033
ph: (800) 550-2105
fax: (425) 636-8129
Our touchstone principle " … do no harm."
'Holding Therapy' is not utilized in our practice
We thoroughly review all information in the family's application packet; the results of our information gathering process; and assessments from other professionals. From there we design an individualized, realistic intervention with specific goals for each child to help both the child and his parents learn to undo the damage he suffered in the past. Treatment is structured to help parents provide their child with what was never offered to him in previous environments. In general, our goals include the following:
Children and Families
Attachment can occur between a child and a primary caregiver(s) in a biological family as well as a variety of alternative family constellations such as foster or adoptive families.
The bulk of the work of healing attachment difficulties occurs at home, between the parents and child or teen.
Families dealing with attachment difficulties need understanding, support, and complete, unbiased information from a variety of resources about their unique challenges.