By Clark Baim, Jo Hathaway, Tony Morrison
This illustrated, multi-media source deals a theoretically coherent, practice-based version for the applying of attachment idea in operating with any adults, together with those that pose a chance to themselves or to different adults or children.
At the guts of the source is the five-step study version, a versatile interviewing technique which is helping practitioners paintings with self belief in an attachment-informed approach. Having brought modern attachment concept, its hyperlinks with neuro-biology and the significance of private tales, the guide and audio DVD offer 5 strong case reviews to demonstrate the 3 various attachment techniques, with audio interviews, commentaries and guided useful workouts. a close Interviewing consultant presents a useful framework for undertaking and making feel of interviews, with examples of attainable responses which would advertise integration. additional workouts give you the foundation for overview and intervention with consumers, and a last part indicates how attachment-informed supervision can assist to augment practice.
This work-based source raises the boldness of practitioners to behave as swap brokers with their consumers, and to narrate to them in attuned and powerful methods. it may be utilized by members, groups, co-workers, supervisors and teachers/trainers to mirror on and increase the training, use and help of attachment pondering in perform. It speaks to varied professions and modalities and will be utilized in a multidisciplinary surroundings via either grownup and children’s companies.
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Extra info for Attachment-based Practice with Adults: A New Practice Model and Interactive Resource for Assessment, Intervention and Supervision
Baim and Morrison have filled a crucial need in Dynamic-Maturational attachment theory: the translation of theory into practice. After two decades of theory development, accomplishing this is my personal goal for the next decade. This book marks a strong beginning – and it is aimed exactly where it is needed most: toward ‘feet on the street’ professionals who must resolve the problems of troubled families every day. The ideas are fresh and integrative; the language is clear. Bravo! Patricia M. Crittenden, PhD, Developmental Psychopathologist and Founding President of IASA (The International Association for the Study of Attachment) This interactive practice guide offers a new approach to attachment-based practice with adults.
Bravo! Patricia M. Crittenden, PhD, Developmental Psychopathologist and Founding President of IASA (The International Association for the Study of Attachment) This interactive practice guide offers a new approach to attachment-based practice with adults. By integrating audio, visual and written information around five characters and their stories, the guide brings attachment theory to life in a conceptually clear but dynamic, engaging and hands-on way. This guide offers: � an introduction to contemporary attachment theory and its links with neuro-biology � a practical, user-friendly interactive workbook for frontline practitioners to help them understand adult attachment theory and its relevance to their work for assessment, A new practice model and interactive resource � a specific but flexible interviewing strategy (the LEARN Model), which helps practitioners to work with confidence in an attachment-informed way � frameworks, tools and other resources to assist practitioners who want to use a relationship-based, attachment-informed approach inter � a work-based resource that can be used by individuals, teams, co-workers, supervisors or teachers/trainers vention and super to reflect on and improve the preparation, use and support of attachment thinking in practice � an approach that speaks to diverse professions and modalities, and that can be used in a multidisciplinary environment by both adult and children’s services practitioners � ways to increase the confidence of practitioners to act as change agents with their clients vision with five detailed case studies and attachment-based interviews (in written and audio format), step-by-step commentary, illustrations and practical exercises to apply the learning throughout.
13 The origins and importance of attachment theory: who will survive? 314 What is attachment-informed supervision? , Dip. , is a Psychodrama Psychotherapist (UK Council for Psychotherapy) and a registered senior trainer with the British Psychodrama Association. changepointlearning. com). Clark has 20 years of experience as a group facilitator and trainer in the UK, Ireland, Greece, South Africa, Latvia, Sweden, Australia and the USA. A native of Chicago and graduate of Williams College, Massachusetts, he moved to the UK in 1987 to establish and serve as the first Director of Geese Theatre UK, a company using applied drama in prisons and probation.