Attachment styles describe how clients relate to those closest to them.
They form in childhood but influence lifelong behavior in several ways, including coping with stress, psychological wellbeing, and health (Gunnar et al., 1996; Maunder et al., 2006; Ravitz et al., 2010).
But how do we know what type of attachment style a client has?
Well, the aim of this post is to guide you by exploring several attachment style tests, questionnaires, and interview questions to assess and measure your client’s attachment style. With some of our related posts and bespoke tools, you will be well armed to help your clients better understand their attachment style.
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