August 13, 2016. Attachment Disorder Maryland is very sad to announce that Larry B. Smith died a few days ago. We mourn the loss of a dear friend and colleague. Larry was a caring man and highly skilled therapist who helped countless families for many years. Larry’s clients are encouraged to contact other members of the ADM group for continued support and guidance.
You can now view Larry's memorial page which will allow you to sign his guestbook and leave condolences. Just Click Here.
A Celebration of the Life of Larry Smith
Saturday, October 1, 2016
5:00 – 8:00 pm
Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church
9601 Cedar Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814
We will gather in the Sanctuary to share our stories of Larry Smith. Family, friends,
neighbors, colleagues, MKP brothers… all are welcome. Please bring your photos, poems, stories for sharing.
Dress is business casual.
Pot Luck Supper
Bring a dish (entrée, side dish, dessert) enough for 4-5 people to share.
Plates, cups, napkins, utensils and drinks will be provided.
Our logo originates far from the state of Maryland, in the wilds of the Eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevadas in California. It is a pair of California Redwood trees, joined at their base, growing out of the core of a volcanic crater. Surrounding them is the devastation and rubble from the last eruption 650 years ago. Against this backdrop, these trees in their reddish hued bark and bright green needles, pulsate with vibrant life. For us, they are a compelling symbol of the strength and resiliency of a parent-child relationship that is grounded in a healthy attachment. It is our hope that ADMD will contribute to nourishing such healing parent-child attachments, particularly where devastation may have gone before.