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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Assessing disorganized attachment behaviour in children.
London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Shemmings; Yvonne Shemmings
|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 Phillips, 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 Gypsy 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.|
Yvonne and David's commitment to ensuring those who work to safeguard children are given the right tools to do the very difficult job they do shines through the pages of this book. Every professional