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The challenge of attachment for caregiving

Author: Dorothy Heard; Brian Lake
Publisher: London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
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The Challenge of Attachment for Caregiving describes a theoretical model for the development of caregiving that complements and also extends attachment theory. The model highlights the conditions under which adult caregivers can remain in a state of arrested development, impairing their own ability to give care and resulting in attachment problems for those who seek care from them. It shows how insecure attachment  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2010455466
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Heard; Brian Lake
ISBN: 9781849409957 1849409951 9780429920264 0429920261 9780429906039 042990603X
OCLC Number: 1040592621
Notes: "First published 1997 by Routledge, London. Published 2009 by Karnac Books Ltd."--Copyright page.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Part I The conceptual base for a theory of companionable caregiving --
chapter 1 A caregiving focus to an extension of attachment theory / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 2 Caregiving from an evolutionary perspective / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 3 Human non-verbal and symbolic communication and two alternative patterns of relating / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 4 Bowlby's model for instinctive behaviour ? based on the concept of goal-corrected behavioural systems / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 5 Extensions to Bowlby's model of instinctive behaviour / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 6 The emergence of high-order systems of the self / Dorothy Heard --
part II The construction of a theory of companionable caregiving --
chapter 7 Categorising the functions of instinctive systems of the self with comments on their development / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 8 From behavioural systems to adult relationships by way of internal working models / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 9 How values are acquired and assigned to oneself, people and other entities / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 10 Implicit concepts of caregiving in the development of the concept of self/ego ideals / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 11 Values and ideals in promoting maturation and well-being / Dorothy Heard --
part III Principles of therapy guided by an attachment-based theory of caregiving --
chapter 12 Theories used by therapists that implicitly or explicitly incorporate the caregiving aspects of attachment / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 13 Assessment / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 14 The therapeutic alliance and the creation of a safe base for personal development / Dorothy Heard --
chapter 15 Separation anxiety, impingement and the therapeutic frame / Dorothy Heard.
Responsibility: Dorothy Heard and Brian Lake.

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