What are the two types of reactive attachment disorder?
There are two main types of reactive attachment disorder: inhibited and disinhibited. Not much research has been done on the signs and symptoms of this disorder beyond early childhood, however as children grow older they may develop either inhibited or disinhibited behavior patterns.
What are the symptoms of reactive attachment disorder in adults?
Symptoms of Reactive Attachment Disorder in AdultsDetachment.Withdrawal from connections.Inability to maintain significant relationships, romantic or platonic.Inability to show affection.Resistance to receiving love.Control issues.Anger problems.Impulsivity.More items
How do you fix attachment disorder?
Treatment for attachment disorders usually involves a combination of therapy, counseling, and parenting education. These are designed to ensure that your child has a safe living environment, improves their peer relationships, and develops positive interactions with you, their parent or caregiver.