Attachment Therapy Issues in Denver

Counseling and Neurofeedback that specializes in attachment styles in Denver Colorado

You May Experience

Overthinking Your Relationships

Disproportionate Emotional Reactions

Surface Level Relationships

Connected Brain Counseling offers counseling and neurofeedback therapy for issues with anxious attachment treatment in Denver CO

Understand Your Attachment Therapy Style with qEEG Brain Mapping + Neurofeedback

Connected Brain Counseling's Approach to Attachment Therapy

Your attachment style can fluctuate throughout your lifetime, did you know that!? There is no better proof or hope of healing than knowing that you can change the way you relate to others and feel more successful in your relationships. Though we are biased, we believe that therapy is the best place to start this journey of understanding your attachment style. 

What to Expect In Attachment Therapy

In attachment therapy, your licensed professional counselor will take your childhood, relationships with your parents, and/or primary caregivers in order to  understand how attachment was developed in your upbringing. Additionally, clients may be recommend to discuss understanding what type of attachment style category they fall into. While this is an important piece of information for your therapist to know, it may often not be the primary focus of discussion on the surface between therapist and client.

What are the Attachment Styles?

The Four Attachment Styles

1. Secure Attachment Style ​
2. Anxious Attachment Style
3. Avoidant Attachment Style
4. Dismissive Attachment Style

Anxious Attachment Styles

Understanding Anxious Attachment Styles

Individuals who struggle with issues associated with anxious attachment styles may find them selves overthinking relationships, over functioning and worrying about staying close with their partner.


While it is important to note that this is not the only way an individual may relate to their partner, when a client in attachment therapy notices stress regarding relating to a partner, friendship, boss, or family member, the possibility of an anxious attachment style may be discussed with your licensed professional counselor

If you find yourself in need of constant and continual reassurance regarding the security of your relationship, you may resonate with having an anxious attachment style. Additionally, features of codependency frequently show with those who have an anxious attachment style.

Codependency is defined as, “Codependency is a way of behaving in relationships where you persistently prioritize someone else over you, and you assess your mood based on how they behave. Vicki Botnick, a marriage and family therapist in Tarzana, CA, explains that codependency often involves a sense of forgetting ‘where you end and your partner begins.'” [Psych Central]

Trouble setting boundaries?

Having a hard time setting boundaries without feeling guilt, shame or distance from your partner may be a telling sign of an anxious attachment style. From a developmental perspective, anxious attachment styles may be reinforced when a parent figure encourages a child to abandon their own needs in order to maintain closeness. This is not always explicit, and often a child learns to abandon their needs in order to soothe their parent’s emotional dysregulation or because their parents, too, are abandoning their needs. Learn more with our attachment therapy today.

Avoidant Attachment Style

Avoidant Attachment Styles are characterized by a fear of not having their needs met within a relationship (including friendships, work partnerships, etc) and therefore creating distance in order to feel protected. Often, individuals who have avoidant attachment styles will avoid relationships or have many short relationships in order to avoid the risk of vulnerability and closeness that come with time.

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