The cycle of unworthiness in Untreated Addiction and Unhealthy Relational Attachments

The cycle of unworthiness. Does it start from the birth of a child?

If parents don’t have the family resources of love, belonging and safety, it makes allot of sense that a child brought into the world, would start their young life with that same type of attachment to a negative sense of self.
#attachmentdisorders relates to not having internal connections with self or others. It is very common for persons that have a hard time loving themselves, to use drugs or alcohol, find unhealthy relationships, and develop complex trauma and/or mental health disorders.MaslowsHierarchyOfNeeds_svg
At CanAm Interventions, Patricia Pike CEO of both CanAm Interventions and Interventionscanada, is very familiar with attachment disorders. She has helped supported many people in the last 25 years with #untreatedaddictions,#complextrauma, #attachmentdisorders.

With over 25 years working as a professional both in addictions and the mental health in Canada and the United States. She’s worked in Vancouver, British Columbia for over 14 years #downtowneastside, San Francisco #tenderlion for many years, working with a diverse population of people from all walks of life.¬†Patricia a native of Canada with dual citizenship, she moved to the United States 11 years ago, starting a private practice, in Marin County, San Francisco, CA and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, travelling between both countries. #whatagift.

She has much experience working with all types of persons from entrenched street addicts, as well as with movies stars, professional musicians, professionals, and venture capitalists. It is very clear to Patricia that all of these folks have same thing in common, disconnection issues, self destruction of their own lives and hurting persons closest to them. The cycle of unhealthy attachments that creates a internal void of disconnection/low self worth.

At CanAm Interventions, we are here to support the process of healing, helping families and loved to start the process of recovery. There has to be one person in a family that needs to start the wellness in order for others to follow. Patricia Pike CEO of CanAm Interventions and Interventions Canada understand attachment disorder and untreated banner

We are here to help your family and loved one to start the path of recovery.


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