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By Helen K. Fletcher, Andrea Flood, Dougal Julian Hare

Attachment in highbrow and Developmental incapacity: A Clinician’s consultant to perform and Research is the 1st publication to discover the scientific problems linked to attachment relationships in individuals with highbrow and developmental disabilities.

  • Draws jointly wisdom from disparate resources in a definitive new source for clinicians operating during this area
  • A turning out to be physique of evidence-based techniques during this zone are underpinned via attachment concept, together with direct intervention and using attachment conception to appreciate interactions and relationships
  • Presents and integrates state-of-the-art types and techniques that experience formerly been on hand in basic terms to specialists
  • Written by means of mainstream practitioners who're lively in scientific paintings and study; all in favour of real-world purposes, with illustrative case examples throughout

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Egeland, B. A. (1990) Maternal stress in children’s development: Predictions of school outcomes and identification of p­rotective factors. E. Rolf, A. Masten, D. Cicchetti, K. Neuchterlen and S. Weintraub (eds) Risk and Protective Factors in the Development of Psychopathology (pp. 215–235). New York: Cambridge University Press. A. C. (1996) Mothers’ resolution of their child’s diagnosis: Organised patterns of caregiving representations. Infant Mental Health Journal, 17(3): 239–256. Rutter, M.

This is a significant shift from the historic model of placing c­hildren in orphanages and children’s homes with a small number of staff looking after large numbers of children. Although these changes have taken place in non‐ID groups and in the care of children, we still see that in ID services children and adults are often in placements with high turnover of staff, where there is poor continuity of care and l­imited opportunities for developing secure relationships (see Chapters 7 and 9 for further discussion).

2008) Internal Working Models in Attachment Relationships: Elaborating a Central Construct in Attachment Theory. In J. Cassidy and P. Shaver (eds) Handbook of Attachment: Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications (pp. 102–127). London: The Guilford Press. Cassidy, J. (2008) The Nature of the Child’s Ties. In J. Cassidy and P. Shaver (eds) Handbook of Attachment: Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications (pp. 3–22). London: The Guilford Press. A. L. (2006) Fostering secure attachment in infants in maltreating families through preventive interventions.

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