By Susanne Bennett, Judith Kay Nelson
As John Bowlby’s experiences of human attachment revolutionized developmental psychology within the Sixties, grownup attachment thoughts have equally remodeled social paintings in recent times, resulting in a iteration of cutting edge attachment-based scientific perform. grownup Attachment in scientific Social paintings highlights social work’s contributions to attachment thought and learn and the possibility of those contributions to augment medical perform, tell social coverage, and extra empirical investigations.
Designed for readers new to grownup attachment, in addition to these accustomed to it, this publication examines the present kingdom of the sector, reviewing review measures and study tools, summarizing new findings and ongoing controversies, and clarifying phrases towards a typical language. scientific purposes in person, relations, and staff contexts are featured, with case examples from a number of populations and settings demonstrating the sensible application of the idea and its software to cross-cultural therapy. Later chapters flow past discrete instances to attachment concerns that impression society as a complete (e.g., adoption, elder care) and coaching matters that impact destiny generations of clinicians. one of the issues covered:
•Separation, loss, and grief in adults •The effect of neurobiology on impact law •Applications of attachment suggestions to interventions with at-risk households of young ones, children, and elder adults •Clinical ways for hard-to-reach person consumers and adults in crew settings •The functionality of attachment in either familial caregiving •Policy implications of grownup attachment correct to family members protection
Adult Attachment in medical Social Work is an important textual content, breaking new floor within the attachment literature with fast relevance for execs and students in medical social paintings and comparable psychological health and wellbeing professions.
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Adult Attachment in Clinical Social Work: Practice, Research, and Policy by Susanne Bennett, Judith Kay Nelson