If you are struggling to parent a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), this is the resource you need.
No platitudes or false hopes here, only practical suggestions that actually work!
- Understand developmental trauma and Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)
- Learn tips and tricks to help you to navigate “the system”
- Get resource recommendations that will provide a way forward
Adopting or fostering a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) is beyond challenging.They may have violent outbursts, engage in outlandish lying, steal, play with feces, and hoard food. With histories of early childhood trauma, kids with RAD too often break even the most loving of caregivers. Many parents of these children feel utterly isolated as family, friends, and professionals minimize the struggles.
Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) – The Essential Guide for Parents comes from a parent who’s in the trenches with you. Keri has lived the journey of raising a son with RAD and has navigated the mental health system for over a decade.