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Assessing disorganized attachment behaviour in children : an evidence-based model for understanding and supporting families

Author: David Shemmings; Yvonne Shemmings
Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Lays out an evidence-based model for working with and assessing children with disorganized attachment and their adult carers: families whose extreme, erratic and disturbing behaviour can make them  Read more...

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Assessing disorganized attachment behaviour in children.
London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014
(OCoLC)872116166
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Shemmings; Yvonne Shemmings
ISBN: 9781849053228 1849053227
OCLC Number: 864503391
Description: 240 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Dedication.; Acknowledgements.; Introduction.; David Shemmings, Professor of Child Protection Research, University of Kent and co-Director of the university's new Centre for Child Protection, and Yvonne Shemmings, Continuous Professional Development Specialist.; 1. The Maltreatment Pathway Model and its Components. David Shemmings and Yvonne Shemmings.; 2. The Notion of 'Enhanced Relationship Skills'. David Shemmings and Yvonne Shemmings.; 3. Using Enhanced Relationship Skills in Practice Yvalia Febrer, Project Director, Frontline, London.; 4. Exploring 'Mechanisms of Maltreatment' in a Family. Alice Cook, Family Assessment Practitioner, St Michael's Fellowship, London.; 5. Identifying Low Mentalising Capacity using the Adult Attachment Interview. David Wilkins, Principal Child and Family Social Worker, Enfield, London.; 6. Using a Guided Parenting Task. Lissil Averill, Social Worker, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.; 7. Using a Strange Situation Procedure and Guided Parenting Tasks. Yvonne Shemmings and Michelle Thompson, Senior Manager, Young Mums and Dads Project, St Michael's Fellowship, London.; 8. Working with Disconnected or Insensitive Parents by Increasing Mentalising Capacity. Yvonne Shemmings.; 9. Using Modified Story Stems. David Wilkins.; 10. Exploring Children's 'Inner Worlds'. Fran Feeley, Social Worker, St. Michael's Fellowship, London.; 11. Using the Child Attachment Interview. David Philips, Manager of the Moorfield Family Assessment Centre, Enfield, London.; 12. Working with Children and Families to Promote a Secure Base. Claire Denham and Jo George, Social Workers, Lewisham, London.; 13. Attachment to People and Place with Traveller Families. Mel Hamilton-Perry, Social Worker, Norfolk, specializing in work with Oypsy and Traveller Families.; 14. Introducing the ADAM Project across the whole Children and Families Department in Enfield, London. David Wilkins.; 15. Introducing the ADAM Project in Lewisham, London. Tania Young, Lewisham Children's Social Care, London.; 16. Using Pathway Model Components as Counter-indicators in a Complex Child Protection Referral. Henry Smith, Senior Practitioner, Richmond, London.; 17. 'Fake it till you make it': Can Deliberately Adopting Secure Attachment Behaviour Lead to Secure Attachment Organisation? Sonja Falck, Psychotherapist and Executive Coach, Harley Street, London, and David Shemmings.; Conclusion.; David and Yvonne Shemmings.
Responsibility: edited by David Shemmings and Yvonne Shemmings.

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