Signed Copy “Redeeming Attachment”
In this counselors’ guide, Dr. Gary Sibcy and Dr. Anita Knight Kuhnley, discuss cutting edge research on relationship styles, known as attachment styles. Learn more about your attachment style, and how to move towards a more secure style. This guide is ideal for counselors working with clients on developing a more secure relationship style, also known as a secure autonomous attachment style. Note, these books are print on demand and are available in limited quantities. Here is how Dr. Tim Clinton, President of the American Association of Christian Counseling (AACC) describes the book, “Redeeming Attachment”:
Redeeming Attachment is a powerful work to help us more effectively minister and offer wise counsel to those with attachment wounds. Using cutting-edge research on attachment, the book breaks down a wealth of information into understandable language and ideas about the pathways to God and how we attach to Him in adaptive or maladaptive-broken ways.
In these pages, students will also learn how attachment relates to psychopathology, and how chronic depression and attachment injuries are linked. It also describes behavioral patterns that maintain chronic depression, how strategies used to treat depression will also move a person towards a secure autonomous attachment style.
Alternating between groundbreaking research and powerful stories, the narrative feel of the book makes it both a compelling and informative read. Students could benefit from learning more about attachment, both in understanding those we care for and interact with, but also in understanding a little more about ourselves.