Comprendre l’attachement et ses troubles: Théorie et pratique, 2nd Edition (EPUB)
Understanding Attachment Theory
By Vivien Prior, Danya Glaser, Françoise Hallet, Nicole Guédeney
Get a grasp on attachment theory, its impact on child development, and its implications for clinical practice.
Researchers Vivien Prior and Danya Glaser provide an overview of attachment theory and its therapeutic implications, based on numerous studies and research conducted over recent years.
They delve into the theory of attachment, first developed by John Bowlby, and explain various ways to assess attachment and the quality of care provided by parents, demonstrating how attachment security influences individuals’ functioning.
The controversial notion of attachment disorders, developed over the past decade in our countries, actually encompasses two very different views: the scientific concept of attachment disorders identified by researchers, and the less scientific and vaguer notion popularized by some American authors, seeking to explain the behavior of children who have experienced diverse traumas in their early childhood. Vivien Prior and Danya Glaser present and develop each of these two theories.
Finally, the authors present the effectiveness and constructive contribution of therapeutic interventions based on attachment theory, drawing on various studies conducted in recent years and describing different methods used to promote the formation of “secure” attachments between the child and their parent(s).
This book is mainly aimed at psychologists, psychiatrists, teachers, lawyers, researchers, and social workers, but will also interest all parents (especially adoptive parents), as well as educators and students in the humanities.
- Publisher : DE BOECK SUP; 2nd edition (January 18, 2022)
- Language : French
- eBook Digital : 352 pages
- ISBN-10 : 2807339433
- ISBN-13 : 978-2807339439