|Alaska Attachment and Bonding Associates|
A non-profit Wasilla, Alaska association providing advocacy through education for youth with attachment disorder. Find membership information, legislative issues, and a description of the organization's platform.
|Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children|
ATTACh is an international coalition of parents and professional involved with children who have attachment difficulties. The organization is dedicated in promoting the identification of attachment issues, and effective interventions and treatments.
|ATTACh of Central Texas|
Local affiliate of the national ATTACh. Includes a schedule of workshops and instructions for arranging specialized attachment training.
Provided by a mother whose child is healing from attachment disorder. Includes articles on attachment issues and suggestions for parenting children with detachment issues.
|Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio|
Cleveland, Ohio. Assessment and treatment of child-parent bonding problems. Training for parents. Special emphasis on adoptive families.
|Attachment Disorder Help: Dianne C. Kuchlak, MSS, LSW|
An Exton, Pennsylvania psychotherapist and adoptive parent specializing in attachment therapy. Includes a description of services available.
|Attachment Disorder Network|
A national support group serving children and families affected by the disorder and related issues. Includes newsletter, live chat and explanatory articles. Based in Overland Park, Kansas, USA.
|Attachment Disorder Site|
Provides information and support to persons dealing with attachment disorder and the many related problems that these children face. Also includes information on parenting, treatment, and school issues.
An Evergreen, Colorado ministry that seeks to bring God's healing to Christian adoptive families who are struggling with attachment disorder.
|Bonding and Attachment in Maltreated Children|
Consequences of Emotional Neglect in Childhood. Developed by the ChildTrauma Academy, this booklet is devised to assist parents, caregivers, teachers and various professionals working with maltreated and traumatized children. By Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. [PDF] (October, 1999)