Feb. 7, 2023

Is Your Attachment Style Good or Not Good?

Is Your Attachment Style Good or Not Good?

Amanda is back! If you tuned in to the very first episode of this podcast, you heard Molly and one of her best friends (who is also a licensed social worker) talk about therapy. Today, she's back as promised to discuss attachment styles: what they are, how they present themselves, and how they impact our relationships. Don't know yours? Check out this conversation to learn about secure, avoidant, anxious, and disorganized attachment (hint: the girls behind the mic have different ones).

Resources mentioned in this episode:
Attached. by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller (attachment in romantic relationships)
Platonic by Marisa G. Franco, PhD (attachment in friendships)
"The Trait That 'Super Friends' Have in Common" by Marisa G. Franco
Welcome to Group Therapy Podcast

*Correction: in the outro, I accidentally said "Boundaries" would be linked in the show notes instead of "Attached." This is an entirely different book, although a good one. Feel free to check it out here. And bonus points if you caught that, because it means you actually listen to my outros. Muah!

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Disclaimer: Like a therapeutic setting, this podcast is designed to be place where people can share their beliefs openly. The opinions of each guest may not align with those of the host.

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Amanda Schena, LMSW

Amanda Schena, LMSW has been working as a clinician and nonprofit program coordinator for over five years. When she's not being a boss, you can find her eating puff pastries or having photoshoots with her dog, Henry.