By David Howe, Marion Brandon, Diana Hinings, Gillian Schofield
Fresh advances in our knowing of kid's social improvement have very important implications for perform within the fields of kid welfare, maltreatment, kin aid, adoption, residential and foster care. yet they've got now not hitherto been systematically explored. This groundbreaking ebook constitutes the 1st transparent and clinically beneficial precis.
partly I, integrating significant study findings and intriguing theoretical advancements, the authors introduce the elemental styles of attachment around the lifestyles span.
partially II, they specialize in functions. Their special description of a convention and review version for paintings with young ones and households leads practitioners step-by-step during the key levels of knowledge collecting, research and evaluate, formula of goals, and techniques of intervention. The version is then used to aid more than a few techniques to aid.
all through, interesting case fabric, dating histories, and interview transcripts illustrate either idea and perform. The ebook can be a useful source for all these operating with youngsters in need.
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Extra info for Attachment Theory, Child Maltreatment and Family Support: A Practice and Assessment Model
1978). The procedure examines the representational or internal working model that children have of their relationship with their attachment figure. The test produces low levels of infant stress, sufficient to activate their attachment behavioural system. The stresses experienced by the infant are caused by: • the 'strange' room • the periodic presence of a 'stranger' • brief separations from the mother. These stresses were chosen as relatively common, non-traumatic occurrences. The procedure runs as follows: 1.
This illustrates that when attachment behaviour is activated, exploratory behaviour ceases. However, more important for making a classification of the infant's attachment style is the infant's behaviour upon reunion with the caregiver. 'The infant's behavior must be evaluated in relation to the set-goal of the attachment behavioral system: parental protection' (George 1996: 414, emphasis added). Attachment quality Measuring attachment across the lifespan 33 appears to be significantly correlated with maternal sensitivity.
Emotion recognition is developmentally very important and helps to predict later social functioning. It also facilitates the regulation of affect. Securely attached children show good affect recognition. When presented with pictures of people with various emotional expressions on their faces, even quite young children can identify faces that are happy, sad, angry and frightened. In observational studies in which mothers are asked to read their children a story containing attachment-related issues (for example, the tale of the mummy owl and her three baby owls in which she flies off and leaves them to hunt for mice before eventually returning safe and well), there are plenty of opportunities for both mother and child to Secure and autonomous patterns 51 explore the feelings of sadness, anxiety and happiness associated with experiences of separation, availability and reunion.
Attachment Theory, Child Maltreatment and Family Support: A Practice and Assessment Model by David Howe, Marion Brandon, Diana Hinings, Gillian Schofield