Fear, Rhona M.,

Attachment theory : working towards learned security / Rhona M. Fear. - 1 online resource (xxv, 254 pages)

PART I: ATTACHMENT THEORY AS THE UNDERLYING BASIS OF THE THEORY OF LEARNED SECURITY -- CHAPTER ONE Origins of attachment theory -- CHAPTER TWO Attachment theory Bowlby -- CHAPTER THREE Mentalizing: a development in attachment theory post Bowlby -- CHAPTER FOUR The concepts of earned security and learned security -- PART II: PROBLEMS THAT LEAD TO INSECURE ATTACHMENT -- CHAPTER FIVE -- Maternal deprivation -- CHAPTER SIX -- The emotionally unavailable mother -- CHAPTER SEVEN -- Toxic parenting -- CHAPTER EIGHT -- The physical effects of emotional nurturance on the baby's brain -- PART III: THEORETICAL UNDERPINNININGS OF LEARNED SECURITY -- CHAPTER NINE -- Heinz Kohut: the psychology of the self -- CHAPTER TEN -- The intersubjective perspective -- CHAPTER ELEVEN -- The theory of learned security -- CHAPTER TWELVE -- The clinical application of the theory of learned security -- PART IV: CASE STUDIES -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN -- Nick (Part 1): moving towards a grounded belief in his own power -- Nick (Part 2): Nick's narrative of the therapeutic process -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN -- Emma; a flower blossoms and shares her beauty with humanity -- CHAPTER FIFTEEN -- Jane: challenging her world view -- CHAPTER SIXTEEN Helen: on becoming a person -- PART V: CONCLUDING REMARKS -- CHAPTER SEVENTEEN -- Conclusion.

9781782204299 9780429472053

10.4324/9780429472053 doi


Attachment behavior.

RC455.4.A84 / F43 2017

616.8588 / F288

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