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Author: Schmeets Schmeets; Annelies Verheugt-Pleiter; Jolien Zevalkink
Publisher: London : Karnac Books, 2008.
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Mentalization-based child therapy, previously known as developmental therapy, is the latest branch on the psychoanalytic tree of knowledge. It comprises a number of techniques that address deficiencies in specific areas of psychological development. It aims to treat children whose development has come to a standstill. A combination of data from psychoanalysis, infant research, attachment research, and neurobiology  Read more...
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Schmeets, Schmeets.
Mentalizing in Child Therapy: Guidelines for Clinical Practitioners.
London : Karnac Books, ©2008
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Schmeets Schmeets; Annelies Verheugt-Pleiter; Jolien Zevalkink
ISBN: 9781849406673 1849406677 1283070731 9781283070737
OCLC Number: 723944390
Description: 1 online resource (269 pages)
Contents: COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; SERIES FOREWORD; ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE Introduction; CHAPTER TWO Theoretical concepts; CHAPTER THREE Assessment of mentalizing problems in children; CHAPTER FOUR Treatment strategy; CHAPTER FIVE Helping parents to promote mentalization; CHAPTER SIX Observation method; CHAPTER SEVEN Intervention techniques: attention regulation; CHAPTER EIGHT Intervention techniques: affect regulation; CHAPTER NINE Intervention techniques: mentalization; CHAPTER TEN Treatment in practice; CHAPTER ELEVEN Research strategy.

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Mentalization-based child therapy, previously known as developmental therapy, is the latest branch on the psychoanalytic tree of knowledge. It comprises a number of techniques that address deficiencies in specific areas of psychological development. It aims to treat children whose development has come to a standstill. A combination of data from psychoanalysis, infant research, attachment research, and neurobiology was of decisive significance in reaching this point. It is becoming clear that neurobiological processes can be understood very well on the basis of psychoanalytic frameworks. These.

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