Reactive attachment disorder is on ef the few disorders rare but serious condition in which an infant or young child doesn't establish healthy attachments with parents or caregiversand and results in an inability for the child to form normal, loving relationships with others. Detached Unresponsive or resistant to comforting ,Excessively inhibited (holding back emotions) and Withdrawn or a mixture of approach and avoidance.There is no standard treatment for reactive attachment disorder, but it should involve both the child and parents or primary caregivers.
First intervention appears to improve outcomes. Goals of treatment are to help ensure that the child Encouraging the child's development by being nurturing, responsive and caring ,Providing consistent caregivers to encourage a stable attachment for the child ,Providing a positive, stimulating and interactive environment for the child ,Addressing the child's medical, safety and housing needs. Oxytocin levels did not differ between men and women. Oxytocin levels were positively associated with the experience of an adverse event versus no event, in securely attached but not in insecure participants. Oxytocin was positively associated with diminished stress among securely attached participant. Among participants who reported minimal suffering, insecure individuals had lower oxytocin than securely attached individuals.