Let’s Connect in San Antonio

This week, ATTACh, the Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children, holds its 25th Silver Anniversary Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Many of the world’s most respected professionals: psychiatrists, psychologists, neurologists, neuropsychologists and therapists, working in the field of attachment will be there. ATTACh has worked diligently over the past several years to gain recognition for Reactive Attachment Disorder and its acceptance by the American Psychiatric Association culminating in its inclusion in the DSM-V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – Volume V) published this May.
This will be my third annual ATTACh Conference and I am tremendously excited. I know I will find the latest findings in medical and technological research, new and promising approaches to the treatment of attachment disorders and a deeper understanding of proven treatment methodologies. As a parent, I look forward to re-energizing my spirit and renewing my understanding of my daughter and our family’s journey toward healing. As a Special Education Parent Consultant and Advocate, I am pleased to see the number of workshops devoted to education at this year’s conference. As a writer, I hope to connect with parents and therapist willing to share their experiences to inform my work in progress on attachment therapy: Paths to Attachment.
I am currently working on Part III of my book, Path to Attachment, which focuses on specific approaches to attachment therapy. I am writing about my personal experience as well as focusing on creating a guide for parents and professionals outside the field of attachment that is user friendly and comprehensive. Look for my flyers in San Antonio or email me at charlottesimpson@comcast.net
Professionals: I am very interested in the work you are doing, and would love to touch base with you in San Antonio to see if there is something unique about your approach that I might be able to include in my book. Please introduce yourself.
Parents: I want to know what your experience with attachment therapy has been. What has worked for your child and your family? What has not? Parents need to hear from others who have traveled the same paths in order to make informed choices. I need your help to offer them perspective and experience beyond my own. Please contact me.

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