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Attachment in therapeutic practice. Jeremy Holmes, Arietta Slade.

Contributor(s): Holmes, Jeremy [jt.author.] | Slade, Arietta.
Publisher: Los Angeles, Sage, 2017Edition: 1st.Subject(s): PSYCHOTHERAPY ISP | ATTACHMENT : AFFECTIVE PSYCHOLOGY IFJ P | ANALYTICAL PSYCHOTHERAPY IAK JAdditional physical formats: Print version :: No titleOther classification: ISP FJP
Contents:
Background: Attachment Science<br />Introduction<br />Attachment’s Principals and Principles<br />Attachment-informed Psychotherapy: Definition and Overview<br />Affect Regulation in Attachment and Psychotherapy<br />Sensitivity, Mirroring, and Play: Foundations of Attachment Security in Caregivers and Therapists<br />The Neuroscience of Parental Sensitivity<br />Mentalising<br />‘Earned Security’: Attachment and Resilience<br />‘Organised Insecurity’: Fostering Security through Therapeutic Conversations<br />‘Disorganised Insecurity’: Attachment Approaches to Complex Disorders<br />From Stasis to Movement: An Attachment Model of Psychotherapeutic Change<br />The Improbable Profession: An Attachment-Bayesian Model of Psychodynamic Change<br />Attachment, Mentalising, and Child Psychotherapy: Working with Parents<br />Attachment in Couples and Families<br />Attachment and Society<br />Epilogue<br />Selected Attachment Bibliography<br />References<br />
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Background: Attachment Science<br />Introduction<br />Attachment’s Principals and Principles<br />Attachment-informed Psychotherapy: Definition and Overview<br />Affect Regulation in Attachment and Psychotherapy<br />Sensitivity, Mirroring, and Play: Foundations of Attachment Security in Caregivers and Therapists<br />The Neuroscience of Parental Sensitivity<br />Mentalising<br />‘Earned Security’: Attachment and Resilience<br />‘Organised Insecurity’: Fostering Security through Therapeutic Conversations<br />‘Disorganised Insecurity’: Attachment Approaches to Complex Disorders<br />From Stasis to Movement: An Attachment Model of Psychotherapeutic Change<br />The Improbable Profession: An Attachment-Bayesian Model of Psychodynamic Change<br />Attachment, Mentalising, and Child Psychotherapy: Working with Parents<br />Attachment in Couples and Families<br />Attachment and Society<br />Epilogue<br />Selected Attachment Bibliography<br />References<br />

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