Reactive Attachment Disorder in Children
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Reactive Attachment Disorder in Children
Reactive Attachment Disorder in Children
Reactive attachment disorder is a problem with social interaction that occurs when a child's basic physical and emotional needs are neglected, particularly when the child is an infant.
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  • neglect of an infant's needs for physical safety
  • neglect of an infant's needs for touching
  • neglect of an infant's needs for emotional bonding
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  • Psychologic Evaluation and Testing
  • History and Physical Exam
  • Evaluation of psychiatric state of patient
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  • No Known Drug Therapy
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Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) is an uncommon but serious condition that prevents babies and children from forming a healthy bond with...
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