Developmental Attachment Injury (DID) Counseling in Langley

Dr. Michael Dadson (Mike Dadson), explains, “as with adults, every child has a different way of dealing with circumstances or events.” Not every person experiences events same. If a child experiences, terror, abandonment or feels totally alone, and vulnerable, it can be traumatic.

To view Dr. Dadson’s research in the area of Developmental Attachment Injury (DID) click here.

Trauma in children can result in a variety of symptoms like nightmares, bedwetting, anxiety, depression, disdain for authority, poor grades, mood swings, substance abuse, and self-harm.
Dr. Michael Dadson (Mike Dadson) spent his formative career years studying trauma. As a prior Executive and Clinical Director of the Veterans Transition Network, Dr. Dadson significant expertise in the effects trauma can have on a human being.

Dr. Mike Dadson suggests “family counseling can be important for children affected by DID and a great way for parents to find answers behind the behaviours of their child”. Dr. Dadson will work with you and your child to identify issues at the core of the behavior help them restructure negative thoughts. If you are looking for a registered clinical counsellor (RCC), with specialized training in trauma counseling for children, contact Dr. Michael Dadson.