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The Resource Attachment therapy with adolescents and adults : theory and practice post Bowlby, Dorothy Heard, Brian Lake and Una McCluskey

Attachment therapy with adolescents and adults : theory and practice post Bowlby, Dorothy Heard, Brian Lake and Una McCluskey

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Attachment therapy with adolescents and adults : theory and practice post Bowlby
Title
Attachment therapy with adolescents and adults
Title remainder
theory and practice post Bowlby
Statement of responsibility
Dorothy Heard, Brian Lake and Una McCluskey
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
PU
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1916-
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Heard, Dorothy
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1922-2007
  • 1949-
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  • Lake, Brian
  • McCluskey, Una
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  • Attachment behavior
  • Developmental psychology
  • Psychotherapy
Label
Attachment therapy with adolescents and adults : theory and practice post Bowlby, Dorothy Heard, Brian Lake and Una McCluskey
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: 2009
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-242) and index
Contents
Pt. I. The theoretical background for an autonomous self that is immersed in the dynamics of attachment and interest sharing -- Ch. 1. Introducing a new attachment paradigm -- Ch. 2. How the self communicates : the emotive nonverbal signals of body language and interactions between people -- Ch. 3. Introducing a new conceptualisation of the self : the autonomous self immersed in the dynamics of attachment and interest sharing -- Ch. 4. The defensive self -- Ch. 5. The careseeking self -- Ch. 6. The caregiving self -- Ch. 7. The exploratory interest sharing self -- Ch. 8. The sexual self -- Ch. 9. Diagrammatic representations of the interplay between the systems with interpersonal goals and the danger/fear system following a threat to wellbeing -- Ch. 10. The self under threat and alone : supported or unsupported by the sixth and seventh systems -- Pt. II. Therapy guided by the new attachment paradigm -- Ch. 11. Transition from theory to practice : the principles underlying exploratory therapy -- Ch. 12. Effective and ineffective caregiving : analysis of patterns of interaction -- Ch. 13. Working with an individual adult client with a focus on her defensive identity -- Ch. 14. The structure and composition of exploratory group psychotherapy for professional caregivers -- Ch. 15. Exploratory group therapy : the task of the facilitator -- Ch. 16. Exploratory group therapy : personal and professional applications -- Appendix 1: Bowlby's contributions to attachment theory -- Appendix 2: How the concept of security became part of attachment theory -- Appendix 3: The strange situation test -- Appendix 4: The evolution and importance of the Adult attachment investigation (the AAI) -- Appendix 5: Comparisons and contrasts between Lichtenberg's motivational systems and Heard and Lake's goal corrected systems
Control code
14226461
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Rev. ed
Extent
xvi, 252 p.
Isbn
9781780490427
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Attachment therapy with adolescents and adults : theory and practice post Bowlby, Dorothy Heard, Brian Lake and Una McCluskey
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: 2009
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-242) and index
Contents
Pt. I. The theoretical background for an autonomous self that is immersed in the dynamics of attachment and interest sharing -- Ch. 1. Introducing a new attachment paradigm -- Ch. 2. How the self communicates : the emotive nonverbal signals of body language and interactions between people -- Ch. 3. Introducing a new conceptualisation of the self : the autonomous self immersed in the dynamics of attachment and interest sharing -- Ch. 4. The defensive self -- Ch. 5. The careseeking self -- Ch. 6. The caregiving self -- Ch. 7. The exploratory interest sharing self -- Ch. 8. The sexual self -- Ch. 9. Diagrammatic representations of the interplay between the systems with interpersonal goals and the danger/fear system following a threat to wellbeing -- Ch. 10. The self under threat and alone : supported or unsupported by the sixth and seventh systems -- Pt. II. Therapy guided by the new attachment paradigm -- Ch. 11. Transition from theory to practice : the principles underlying exploratory therapy -- Ch. 12. Effective and ineffective caregiving : analysis of patterns of interaction -- Ch. 13. Working with an individual adult client with a focus on her defensive identity -- Ch. 14. The structure and composition of exploratory group psychotherapy for professional caregivers -- Ch. 15. Exploratory group therapy : the task of the facilitator -- Ch. 16. Exploratory group therapy : personal and professional applications -- Appendix 1: Bowlby's contributions to attachment theory -- Appendix 2: How the concept of security became part of attachment theory -- Appendix 3: The strange situation test -- Appendix 4: The evolution and importance of the Adult attachment investigation (the AAI) -- Appendix 5: Comparisons and contrasts between Lichtenberg's motivational systems and Heard and Lake's goal corrected systems
Control code
14226461
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Rev. ed
Extent
xvi, 252 p.
Isbn
9781780490427
Other physical details
ill.

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