ONLINE THERAPY FOR ATTACHMENT ISSUES

Hello and welcome to my website. My name is Charley Shults and I provide:

Addiction Counselling

Relationship Counselling

Family Therapy

Attachment Centred Therapy

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About Attachment Centred Therapy

Attachment is the most important issue that you will ever deal with in your life. It is, literally, a matter of life or death. Our original attachment is to our caregivers. This experience then forms the foundation for the rest of our lives. If things aren’t going the way you want them to in your life, particularly in your close personal relationships, then maybe the problems stem from your attachment relationships in early life. The methods that I use allow us to discern what the problems and challenges are and to take corrective action. Read on to learn more.

About Attachment Centred Therapy
Methods of Counselling - Attachment Therapy, Affective Therapy & more

About Integrative Psychotherapy 

 I use an Integrative approach that combines a variety of techniques in order to provide the optimum counselling and psychotherapy experience for the problem and the person. Different approaches have been found to work best depending on the challenge that each individual is dealing with and also taking into account the characteristics of each personality.

Attachment issues can lead to the following:

Relationship Difficulties - ACT

Relationship Difficulties

Panic - ACT

Panic Attacks

Anxiety - ACT

Anxiety

Stress - ACT

Stress

Employment Problems - ACT

Employment Problems

Depression - ACT

Depression

Trauma

Sexual Abuse - ACT

Sexual Abuse

Bereavement Unresolved - ACT

Bereavement Unresolved

Eating Disorder - ACT

Eating Disorder

Co-dependency - ACT

Co-dependency

Addiction - ACT

Addiction

Relationship Difficulties - ACT

Relationship Difficulties

Panic - ACT

Panic Attacks

Anxiety - ACT

Anxiety

Stress - ACT

Stress

Co-dependency - ACT

Co-dependency

Eating Disorder - ACT

Eating Disorder

Employment Problems - ACT

Employment Problems

Depression - ACT

Depression

Trauma

Sexual Abuse - ACT

Sexual Abuse

Addiction - ACT

Addiction

Bereavement Unresolved - ACT

Bereavement Unresolved

Online Attachment Centred Therapy Sessions

I provide these anywhere via Zoom, FaceTime, Skype, telephone, or whatever

other electronic means may come along that you prefer. If you want to know

how I use this method with addictive disorders, then please visit my other

website, just click here to visit Charley Shults Counselling & Psychotherapy.

Since you have found this website, you are perhaps interested in knowing

more about attachment and how it affects us in our lives.

Types of Therapy:

Types of Therapy:

Attachment Centred Therapy

Attachment Centred Therapy is a model that I have developed. The services that I provide, while varied, are all centred around attachment relationships. As a part of my work with individuals, couples, and families I provide Relationship Counselling, Addiction Counselling and Family Therapy. These are offered either separately or as an integral part of Attachment Centred Therapy since I find that difficulties in these areas almost always spring from attachment difficulties. I also find that this work has a global effect, so that those clients who do this work experience changes in other areas of their life as well.

Relationship Counselling

Over decades of working with clients, and training in many areas of specialisation, I am convinced that the problems that most people present in therapy settings grow out of difficulties in their attachment relationships. These attachment experiences determine how we relate to people in our lives, particularly those most close to us and also to ourselves. It affects how we deal with the challenges that life presents us. I believe that by correcting these difficulties with attachment, people are enabled to make the changes that they want to make and do the things that they know they need to do.

Family Therapy

I also use an attachment based approach for working with families. Family work can be done with an entire family, or with different configurations of people from the family.

Addiction Counselling

From my past work experiences over many years, I believe that most addictive disorders are due to attachment difficulties that result in unmet needs and feelings that have not been dealt with in an effective manner. The addictive disordered behaviour develops because it is a vain attempt to meet unmet needs. While the addictive behaviour provides the illusion of making things better by making the negative feelings that come from unmet needs go away, this is only temporary and so those unmet needs come back stronger than before, often leading to an escalation of the addictive behaviour.

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