Facilitating Developmental Attachment
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Facilitating Developmental Attachment

The Road to Emotional Recovery and Behavioral Change in Foster and Adopted Children
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ISBN-13:
9781461628477
Seiten:
264
Autor:
Daniel A. Hughes
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book shows how to work successfully with emotional and behavioral problems rooted in deficient early attachments. In particular, it addresses the emotional difficulties of many of the foster and adopted children living in our country who are unable to form secure attachments. Traditional interventions, which do not teach parents how to successfully engage the child, frequently do not provide the means by which the seriously damaged child can form the secure attachment that underlies behavioral change. Dr. Daniel Hughes maps out a treatment plan designed to help the child begin to experience and accept, from both the therapist and the parents, affective attunement that he or she should have received in the first few years of life. All children, at the core of their beings, need to be attached to someone who considers them to be very special and who is committed to providing for their ongoing care. Children who lose their birth parents desperately need such a relationship if they are to heal and grow. This book shows therapists how to facilitate this crucial bond.
A Jason Aronson Book
This book shows how to work successfully with emotional and behavioral problems rooted in deficient early attachments. In particular, it addresses the emotional difficulties of many of the foster and adopted children living in our country who are unable to form secure attachments. Traditional interventions, which do not teach parents how to successfully engage the child, frequently do not provide the means by which the seriously damaged child can form the secure attachment that underlies behavioral change. Dr. Daniel Hughes maps out a treatment plan designed to help the child begin to experience and accept, from both the therapist and the parents, affective attunement that he or she should have received in the first few years of life. Hughes' approach includes:


—Using foster and adopted parents as co-therapists



—Teaching differentiation between old and new parents



—Overcoming the perception of discipline as abusive



—Framing misbehavior, discipline, conflicts, and parental authority as important aspects of a child's learning to trust.



All children, at the core of their beings, need to be attached to someone who considers them to be very special and who is committed to providing for their ongoing care. Children who lose their birth parents desperately need such a relationship if they are to heal and grow. This book shows therapists how to facilitate this crucial bond.


A Jason Aronson Book
Part 1 Introduction

Part 2 Attachment: Theory and Research Healthy Attachment

Chapter 3 Attachment as Dancing

Chapter 4 Developmental Attachment Patterns

Chapter 5 Attachment into Adulthood

Chapter 6 Weak Attachment

Chapter 7 Trauma & Neglect and Weak Attachment

Chapter 8 Specific Symptoms of a Weak Attachment

Part 9 Children, Therapists, and Parents

Chapter 10 Children

Chapter 11 Therapists

Chapter 12 Parents

Part 13 Integrative Psychotherapy for Developmental Attachment in Children

Chapter 14 Principles

Chapter 15 Directive and Empathic

Chapter 16 Relationship-Centered

Chapter 17 Emotional Richness

Chapter 18 Focused on Attachment Sequences

Chapter 19 Goals of Differentiation and Integration

Chapter 20 Past, Present, and Future

Chapter 21 Cognition, Affect, and Behavior

Chapter 22 Self–Other Duality

Chapter 23 Problems and Skills

Part 24 Parental Participation

Chapter 25 Reasons

Chapter 26 Emotional Attunement

Chapter 27 Emotional Support and Empathy

Chapter 28 Differentiation

Chapter 29 Increased Similarity between Therapy and Home

Chapter 30 Expert Knowledge

Chapter 31 Parental Authority

Chapter 32 Safety

Chapter 33 Specifics

Chapter 34 Emotional Attunement

Chapter 35 Directives

Chapter 36 Differentiation

Chapter 37 Parental Authority and Knowledge

Chapter 38 Homework

Chapter 39 Regression

Part 40 Therapeutic Interventions

Chapter 41 Engagement and Leading

Chapter 42 Contract

Chapter 43 Holding

Chapter 44 Attachment Sequences

Chapter 45 Confrontations

Chapter 46 Information and Education

Chapter 47 Verbal Directives

Chapter 48 Psychodrama

Chapter 49 Paradoxical Interventions

Chapter 50 Illustrated Stories

Chapter 51 Additional Props: Children's Books-Photographs, Stuffed Animals, Music, Miscellaneous

Part 52 Matthew

Part 53 Melinda

Part 54 Bill

Part 55 Jenny

Part 56 Principles of Parenting

Chapter 57 Family Atmosphere and Interactions

Chapter 58 Attunement and Empathy

Chapter 59 Choices and Consequences

Chapter 60 Attachment Sequences

Chapter 61 Behavior, Emotion, and Thought

Chapter 62 Reciprocal Enjoyment

Chapter 63 Regression

Chapter 64 Parental Self-Care

Part 65 Day-To-Day Parenting

Chapter 66 Moving In

Chapter 67 Day-To-Day Discipline

Chapter 68 Understanding the Child's Reinforcers

Chapter 69 Privileges and Practice

Chapter 70 Paradoxical Interventions

Chapter 71 Reframing

Chapter 72 Differentiating Thoughts and Feelings from Behavior Regression

Chapter 73 More Imaginative Parenting and Problem Solving

Chapter 74 Good Times: Fun and Love Facilitating Fun and Love

Chapter 75 Some Fun and Love Activities

Part 76 Conclusions

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