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Attachment and Development. by Goldberg, Susan.(DLC)1737513;
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Attachment in Middle Childhood : New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, Number 148. by Bosmans, Guy.; Kerns, Kathryn A.; Kerns, Kathryn A.;
Title Page -- Copyright -- Editorial Board -- 1: Attachment in Middle Childhood: Progress and Prospects -- Parent-Child Secure Attachment in Middle Childhood -- Insecure Attachment Patterns in Middle Childhood -- Middle Childhood Attachment Research: Methodological Challenges for Attachment Research and Theory -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- 2: Attachment in Middle Childhood: An Evolutionary-Developmental Perspective -- An Integrated Model of Middle Childhood -- Implications for Attachment Theory -- Conclusion -- References -- 3: Parent-Child Attachment and Emotion Regulation -- Theoretical Links Between Parent-Child Attachment and Emotion Regulation -- Empirical Links Between Attachment and Emotion Regulation -- Conclusions and Future Directions -- References -- 4: Attachment in Middle Childhood: Associations With Information Processing -- Attachment and Information Processing: The Functions of Internal Working Models -- Attachment Effects on Information Processing in Middle Childhood: Empirical Evidence -- New Directions in Middle Childhood Attachment Research -- References -- 5: Attachment and Socioemotional Problems in Middle Childhood -- Attachment and the Development of Externalizing Behavior Problems -- Attachment and the Development of Internalizing Behavior Problems -- Associations Between Disorganized/Controlling Subtypes and Maladaptation -- Future Directions: Mediators and Moderators of the Relation Between Attachment and Socioemotional Adaptation in Middle Childhood -- References -- 6: Middle Childhood Teacher-Child Relationships: Insights From an Attachment Perspective and Remaining Challenges -- Conceptualization of Teacher-Child Relationships -- Assessment of Teacher-Child Relationships -- Antecedents of Teacher-Child Relationship Quality.Explaining the Developmental Significance of Dyadic Teacher-Child Relationship Quality -- Interventions to Improve Dyadic Teacher-Child Relationship Quality -- Conclusions and Remaining Questions -- References -- 7: Commentary-Culture and Attachment During Middle Childhood -- Cultural Values -- Societal or Political Ecological Context -- Cross-Cultural Issues in Measures -- References -- Note -- 8: Commentary-Attachment in Middle Childhood: Looking Back, Forward, and Within -- Looking Within -- Looking Behind -- Looking Ahead -- References -- Advert -- Index -- END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Foundations for Attachment Training Resource : The Six-Session Programme for Parents of Traumatized Children. by Golding, Kim(DLC)1905965; Hughes, Dan.;
Foundations for Attachment Training Resource: The Six-Session Programme for Parents of Traumatized Children by Kim S. Golding -- Foreword by Dan Hughes PhD -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction to the Foundations for Attachment Programme -- Module One: Understanding Challenges of Parenting -- Module Two: Therapeutic Parenting -- Module Three: Looking After Self -- Who is the group programme suitable for? -- The Foundations for Attachment Programme and the Nurturing Attachments Programme -- What experience do group facilitators need? -- Delivering the Foundations for Attachment group -- Using the Manual -- Notes -- Evidence for the effectiveness of the Foundations for Attachment Programme -- Module One: Understanding Challenges of Parenting -- Module One, Session One: Blocked Relationships -- Aims of session -- Summary of session -- Session Plan -- Trainer Notes -- Understanding challenges of parenting -- Parenting challenge one: Blocked trust (Baylin And Hughes 2016) -- Fear of abandonment -- Impact of blocked trust on the development of the nervous system -- Parenting children experiencing blocked trust: comfort, curiosity and joy -- Parenting challenge two: Fear of intersubjectivity -- Parenting children who fear intersubjective connections -- Suggestions for activities -- Process Notes -- Introductions -- Understanding challenges of parenting -- Parenting challenge one: Blocked trust -- Fear of abandonment -- Impact of blocked trust on the development of the nervous system -- Parenting children experiencing blocked trust: comfort, curiosity and joy -- Parenting challenge two: Fear of intersubjectivity -- Module One, Session Two: Hiding and Miscuing -- Aims of session -- Summary of session -- Session Plan -- Trainer Notes -- Parenting challenge three: Shame -- Parenting children living in shame.Parenting challenge four: Miscuing through hidden needs -- Parenting children to meet hidden and expressed needs -- Introducing a DDP-informed therapeutic parenting approach -- Suggestions for Activities -- Process Notes -- Parenting challenge three: Shame -- Parenting children living in shame -- Parenting challenge four: Miscuing through hidden needs -- Module Two: DDP-informed Therapeutic Parenting -- Module Two, Session One: Building Connections -- Aims of Session -- Summary of Session -- Session Plan -- Trainer Notes -- Therapeutic parenting -- The ability to be mind-minded -- Open and engaged or defensive -- The ability to maintain an attitude of PACE -- Suggestions for Activities -- Process Notes -- Therapeutic parenting -- The ability to be mind-minded -- Open and engaged and defensive -- The ability to maintain an attitude of PACE -- Module Two, Session Two: Supporting Behaviour -- Aims of session -- Summary of session -- Session Plan -- Trainer Notes -- Difficulties for developmentally traumatized children when parents use traditional parenting strategies -- Exploring behaviour support instead of behaviour management -- Regulation-based parenting with PACE -- Some parenting principles: 'Connection with correction' -- Putting it all together, parenting the insecure child: Parenting in the moment -- Suggestions for Activities -- Process Notes -- Exploring behaviour support -- Considering connection with correction -- Parenting principles -- Open and engaged parenting -- Parenting in the moment -- PACE: Frequently Asked Questions -- Module Three: Looking After Self -- Module Three, Session One: Understanding Attachment History -- Aims of session -- Summary of session -- Session Plan -- Trainer Notes -- Exploring past relationship and attachment history -- Suggestions for Activities -- Process Notes -- Reflecting on early relationship experience.Moving from defensive to open and engaged -- Module Three, Session Two: Self-Care and Blocked Care -- Aims of session -- Summary of session -- Session Plan -- Trainer Notes -- Self-care -- Blocked care -- Suggestions for Activities -- Process Notes -- Self-care -- What is blocked care? -- Conclusion: Revisiting Foundations for Attachment Model -- Glossary -- References and Reading List -- References -- Additional Reading -- Accompanying Resources -- Module One, Session One -- Module One, Session One: Activity Sheet 1 - Understanding a Child/Young Person -- Module One, Session One: Activity Sheet 2 - Understanding a Child/Young Person (Blocked Trust and Fear of Connection) -- Module One, Session One: Activity Sheet 3 - Understanding a Child: Case Study -- Module One, Session One: Activity Sheet 4 - Understanding an Adolescent: Case Study -- Module One, Session One: Handout 1 - Foundations for Attachment Model -- Module One, Session One: Handout 2 - Parenting Challenge One: Loss of Trust in Infancy -- Module One, Session One: Handout 3 - Brain, Biology and Mistrust -- Module One, Session One: Handout 4: Parenting Challenge Two: Fear of Intersubjective Relationships -- Module One, Session Two -- Module One, Session Two: Activity Sheet 5 - Case Example: Andrew and Joseph -- Module One, Session Two: Activity Sheet 6 - Understanding a Child/Young Person: Shame and Expressed/Hidden Needs -- Module One, Session Two: Activity Sheet 7 - Exploring the DDP Principles in Parenting -- Module One, Session Two: Handout 5 - Parenting Challenge Three: Living with Shame -- Module One, Session Two: Handout 6 - Parenting Challenge Four: Miscuing through hidden needs -- Module One, Session Two: Handout 7 - DDP Principles and Parenting Developmentally Traumatized Children -- Module One, Session Two: Handout 8 - Reflections on the Scenarios using DDP Principles.Module Two, Session One -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 8 - Dialogues -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 9 - How Would You Make these Conversations Mind-Minded? -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 10 - A Day in the Life Role Play: Child -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 11 - A Day in the Life Role Play: Adolescent -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 12 - Spot the Motive: PACE to do or to be? -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 13 - How Might the Parent Respond with PACE to These Children? -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 14 - Non- PACE and PACE Dialogue: Young Child -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 15 - PACE and non-PACE Dialogue: Older Child -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 16 - PACE with an Uncommunicative Adolescent in Foster Care -- Module Two, Session One: Activity Sheet 17 - Non-PACE and PACE Dialogue: Adolescent Living in Residential Care -- Module Two, Session One: Handout 9 - Mind-Minded Parenting, Supported by PACE -- Module Two, Session One: Handout 10 - PACE -- Module Two, Session One: Handout 11 - Parenting with Pace -- Module Two, Session One: Handout 12 - Introducing PACE to Children -- Module Two, Session One: Handout 13 - Reflections on Mind-minded Statements -- Module Two, Session One: Handout 14. - Reflections on Spot the Motive Activity -- Module Two, Session One: Handout 15 - Reflections on How the Parents Might Respond with PACE -- Module 2, Session 2 -- Module Two, Session Two: Activity Sheet 18 - PACE and Arousal State - Child -- Module Two, Session Two: Activity Sheet 19 - PACE and Arousal State - Adolescent -- Module Two, Session Two: Activity Sheet 20 - Behaviour Scenarios -- Module Two, Session Two: Activity Sheet 21 - Lost in the Forest -- Module Two, Session Two: Activity Sheet 22 - A Difficult Day at School.Module Two, Session Two: Handout 16 - Parenting Principles for Security -- Module Two, Session Two: Handout 17 - Parenting in the Moment: 'Connection with 'Correction' An Attitude of PACE with Behaviour Support -- Module Two, Session Two: Handout 18 - Reflections on PACE and Arousal State: Child -- Module Two, Session Two: Handout 19 - Reflections on PACE and Arousal State: Adolescent -- Module Two, Session Two: Handout 20 - Reflections on the Behaviour Scenarios -- Module Three, Session One -- Module Three, Session One: Activity Sheet 23 - How does my experience of past relationships impact on me as a parent? -- Module Three, Session One: Activity Sheet 24 - What is your attachment state of mind? -- Module Three, Session One: Handout 21 - Exploring Attachment History -- Module 3, Session 2 -- Module Three, Session Two: Activity Sheet 25 - How Well Do I Care for Myself? -- Module Three, Session Two: Activity Sheet 26 - Am I at Risk of Developing Blocked Care? -- Module Three, Session Two: Activity Sheet 27 - My Self-Care Plan -- Module Three, Session Two: Handout 22 -- Module Three, Session Two: Handout 22 - Self-Care -- Module Three, Session Two: Handout 23 - Blocked Care -- Module Three, Session Two: Handout 24 - Protection and Recovery from Blocked Care -- Module Three, Session Two: Handout 25 - The House Model of Parenting -- Glossary -- Blank Page.Beginning to Nurture Attachments Training Resource is a 6-session training programme for professionals running parenting groups with adoptive parents, foster carers and kinship carers. Featuring online resources with downloadable handouts and exercises, it provides guidance on how to begin to nurture attachments.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Healing the Hidden Hurts [electronic resource] : Transforming Attachment and Trauma Theory into Effective Practice with Families, Children and Adults by Archer, Caroline.; Drury, Charlotte.; Hills, Jude.; Drury, Victoria.; Birch, Emma.; Cartwright, Ann.(SAGE)1642615; Wigley, Jan.; Bell, Sally(SAGE)1871444; Norris, Viv.; Waycott, Lisa.; Carbiss, Claire.; McInnes, Kate.; O'Shea, Helen.; Matthew, Jonny.; Skuse, Tricia.; Gordon, Christine(SAGE)1819477; Jury, Helen.; Simpson, Elaine.; Gordon, Tamara.;
Providing an important insight into the positive and negative effects of early attachment experiences, this book explores its implications on physical, emotional, social and intellectual development and provides recommendations for best practice across a broad range of professional settings.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Attachment behavior in children; Attachment behavior; Attachment disorder -- Treatment.; Attachment disorder in children -- Treatment.;
© 2015., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Creating Loving Attachments [electronic resource] : Parenting with PACE to Nurture Confidence and Security in the Troubled Child. by Golding, Kim(SAGE)1905965; Hughes, Daniel.(SAGE)2025126;
Creating Loving Attachments: Parenting with PACE to Nurture Confidence and Security in the Troubled Child; Acknowledgements; Preface; Introduction; 1. Love: The Essential Ingredient; Part I: Play; 2. The World of Play; 3. Playful Parenting; Part II: Acceptance; 4. Acceptance of the Inner World of the Other; 5. Parenting with Unconditional Acceptance; Part III: Curiosity; 6 Curiosity: Finding a Different Perspective; 7. Staying Curious within Parenting; Part IV: Empathy; 8. Empathy: Connecting in the Emotional World; 9. Joining Your Child with Empathy10. Bringing It All Together and an Additional IngredientGlossary; References; IndexAll children need love, but for troubled children, a loving home is not always enough. Children who have experienced trauma need to be parented in a special way that helps them feel safe and secure, builds attachments and allows them to heal. Playfulness, acceptance, curiosity and empathy (PACE) are four valuable elements of parenting that, combined with love, can help children to feel confident and secure. This book shows why these elements are so important to a child's development, and demonstrates to parents and carers how they can incorporate them into their day-to-day parenting. Real life
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The Circle of Security Intervention [electronic resource] : Enhancing Attachment in Early Parent-Child Relationships by Powell, Bert.; Cooper, Glen.; Hoffman, Kent.(SAGE)1623603; Marvin, Bob.;
Cover; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; About the Authors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Authors' Note; Contents; Part I. Attachment in Early Caregiving Relationships; 1. Hidden in Plain Sight: The Critical Importance of Secure Attachment; 2. The Circle of Security: Understanding a Child's Needs for a Safe Haven and a Secure Base for Exploration; 3. Being-With: Meeting the Child's Needs through Relationship; 4. Limited Circles: Insecurity and the Power of Adaptation; 5. Shark Music: How State of Mind Shapes Caregiving; 6. Completing the CirclePart II. The Circle of Security Intervention7. Observing the Relationship; 8. The Interactional Assessment: Differential Diagnosis and Identification of the Linchpin Struggle; 9. Understanding State of Mind and Defensive Processes through Core Sensitivities; 10. The Parent Perception Assessment: Using the Circle of Security Interview to Enhance Treatment Efficacy; 11. Treatment Principles and Planning; 12. The Circle of Security Intervention Protocol; Part III. Case Examples; 13. Laura and Ashley; 14. Ana and Sam; 15. Shelly and Jacob; References; IndexPresenting both a theoretical foundation and proven strategies for helping caregivers become more attuned and responsive to their young children's emotional needs (ages 0-5), this is the first comprehensive presentation of the Circle of Security (COS) intervention. The book lucidly explains the conceptual underpinnings of COS and demonstrates the innovative attachment-based assessment and intervention strategies in rich clinical detail, including three chapter-length case examples. Reproducible forms and handouts can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2"" x 11"" size. COS is an
Subjects: Electronic books.; Attachment behavior in children; Parent and child;
© 2013., Guilford Publications,
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Observing Children with Attachment Difficulties in Preschool Settings [electronic resource] : A Tool for Identifying and Supporting Emotional and Social Difficulties. by Golding, Kim(SAGE)1905965;
Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction: About this Resource; 1: Child Development in the Early Years; 2: Recognizing the Emotional Needs of Children in Early Years Settings; 3: Understanding Emotional Needs through Knowledge of Attachment Theory; 4: Introducing the Observation Checklist; 5: Detailed Guidance for Completing the Checklist Section by Section; 6: Worked Examples of the Observation Checklist; 7: Analysis of Information: Interpreting the Completed Checklist; 8: Worked Examples of Interpreting the Checklist and Support Plans9: Helping the Child with Attachment Difficulties in Early Years Settings10: Helping the Child with Different Attachment Styles in Early Years Settings; 11: Supporting the Emotional Needs of Children with Attachment Difficulties; 12: Supporting Children with Multiple Difficulties; Appendices; Appendix 1: Observation Checklist; Appendix 2: Attachment Theory and Early Years Settings; Appendix 3: Glossary; Appendix 4: Glossary for UK Education System; References; Further Reading and Useful Websites; Author BiographiesThis child observation tool has been designed to help structure observations of children with emotional and behavioural difficulties in early years settings. Simple checklists and diagrams help to identify particular behavioural patterns and attachment issues, as well as appropriate interventions.
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Attaching in Adoption [electronic resource] : Practical Tools for Today's Parents. by Gray, Deborah D.;
Attaching in Adoption: Practical Tools for Today's Parents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Equipping Parents of Children at Risk for Attachment Problems; Chapter 1: What Is Attachment and Why Is It Important?; Chapter 2: Challenges for Children and Parents; Chapter 3: What Children Have Already Learned about Attachment; Chapter 4: Grief and Its Effects; Chapter 5: Trauma and Traumatic Loss; Chapter 6: The Impact of Cultural Change; Chapter 7: Other Complications for Attaching; Chapter 8: Emotional Development: Promoting Attachment at Every Phase; Chapter 9: The Shape of ProgressChapter 10: Relaxing the Grip of Anxiety and ControlChapter 11: The Fairness Factor; Chapter 12: Building Emotional Intelligence; Chapter 13: Forming a Team of Support; Chapter 14: Getting Professional Help; Epilogue; Appendix; Resources; Index; About the Publisher; About the AuthorAttaching in Adoption is a comprehensive guide for prospective and actual adoptive parents on how to understand and care for their adopted child and promote healthy attachment. This classic text provides practical parenting strategies designed to enhance children's happiness and emotional health. It explains what attachment is, how grief and trauma can affect children's emotional development, and how to improve attachment, respect, cooperation and trust. Parenting techniques are matched to children's emotional needs and stages, and checklists are included to help parents assess how their child
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children -- Family relationships.; Adoption; Attachment behavior in children; Attachment disorder in children;
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Attachment and Interaction [electronic resource] : From Bowlby to Current Clinical Theory and Practice by Marrone, Mario.;
ATTACHMENT AND INTERACTION: FROM BOWLBY TO CURRENT CLINICAL THEORY AND PRACTICE; Chapter 1 John Bowlby; Chapter 2 Attachment Theory; Chapter 3 Empirical Research and Clinical Observations: Intersecting Points; Chapter 4 The Evolution of Attachment Theory; Chapter 5 On Representational Models; Chapter 6 Assessment of Attachment Representations; Chapter 7 Dysfunctional Parenting; Chapter 8 Meetings and Divergences in the Context of Psychoanalytic Theory; Chapter 9 On Transference: Background AspectsChapter 10 Ghosts on the Couch: A Clinical Exploration of Identification with Maltreating Parents Across GenerationsChapter 11 Application of Attachment Theory to Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy; Chapter 12 On Iatrogenia: When the Wrong Clinical Intervention Causes Harm; Chapter 13 Attachment Theory and Group Psychotherapy; Chapter 14 Psychotherapeutic Resources in General Psychiatry; Chapter 15 Towards an Attachment-Informed Approach to Intermodal Psychotherapy; Chapter 16 On Bowlby's Legacy: Further Explorations; References; Subject Index; Author IndexThis accessible introduction to the history and evolution of attachment theory mixes personal anecdotes from the author's experience of being supervised by John Bowlby, the creator of attachment theory, with clear explanations of Bowlby's ideas and how they have been expanded up to the present day.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Attachment behavior in children; Attachment behavior; Object relations (Psychoanalysis); Parent and child; Psychoanalysis.;
© 2014., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Games and Activities for Attaching With Your Child [electronic resource]. by Gray, Deborah D.; Clarke, Megan.;
GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FORATTACHING WITH YOUR CHILD; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1. Bonds, Attachments, and Play; Attachment defined; Security in attachment; Pleasure, pressures, play, and attachments; Secure attachments-strong, kind, playful parents and confident kids; Creating patterns of security after rocky early years; Wired through our attachments; Attachment and understanding how people think (theory of mind); Emotional "skills" and attachment; Chapter 2. The Value of Play; Play defined; Play and your child's development; The importance of play for parents; Let's be playfulConnecting Through GamesChapter 3. Connecting the Two of You; Infants and Toddlers; Age 3 to 5 [AQ]; Age 5 and Up; Chapter 4. Connecting the Whole Family; Infants and Toddlers; Age 3 and Up; Chapter 5. Connecting Siblings; Age 3 and up; Chapter 6. Activities to Help with Mood and Flexibility; All ages; Chapter 7. Building Attachment when Children Have Had Exposure to Toxins; Jill Dziko; AGE 5 and up; Infants, toddlers and school age; Addendum: Notes for Professionals; By Jill Dziko; By Julie Fisher; By Laura Stone; Biographies; Blank Page; Resource ListPacked full of great ideas for fun games and activities, this book encourages positive attachments between a parent or carer and their child. When it comes to choosing the best games to play with children who have difficulties attaching, it is often hard to know how to play with a purpose. This book contains fun, age-appropriate games along with an explanation of why they matter. All the games included are designed for specific age ranges, from infants to older children, and help to address particular needs in children that are known to affect attachment, including fetal alcohol spectrum diso
Subjects: Electronic books.; Attachment behavior in children; Educational games; Parent and child;
© 2015., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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