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Treating Children with Disrupted Attachment.
Part of the series about Children with Disrupted Attachment.
Item No.: TR07
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43 minutes.
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Treating Children with Disrupted Attachment

This program discusses therapeutic issues, and is intended for counselors, social workers, and therapists. Topics include the therapist as coach, therapeutic interaction, building a sense of self, safety, the therapeutic relationship, structuring therapy sessions, therapeutic issues, and therapeutic techniques.

When a child has a poor attachment to their parent, it leads to all kinds of problems, because they have not learned how to regulate their emotions, they have not learned self-control, they have not learned self-reliance in a positive way. So all these problems come out in every other relationship in their life. Alexandra Cook, PhD

A secure attachment system forms the foundation for a child's development. The often devastating impact of attachment disorder on children's sense of self affects their capacity to recover from violence and abuse in the home, and to form attachments with new caregivers if necessary.

In this four-video series, the presenters describe the impact of attachment disorder on the ways that children see themselves and interact with others, and how adults can respond most effectively. They explore such topics as setting limits, avoiding power struggles, providing structure, and building a trusting relationship. Their observations are reinforced by the accounts of foster and adoptive parents, group home staff, and former foster children. The presenters emphasize the importance of understanding what drives children's behaviors, rather than simply reacting to them, and provide concrete suggestions for containing negative behaviors and improving adult-child interactions

 


 
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Health: Violence Education
Violence Prevention: Child Abuse
Violence Prevention: Community Issues
Early Childhood: Child Abuse

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