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Attachment And Family Therapy


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Introduction: The rhythm of life - cycles and changes 1. Birth and infancy
2. Toddlerhood and the beginnings of awareness and intention
3. Preschool: talking and negotiating
4. Four to five years olds: confidence, competence, and other kids
5. Going to school
6. The school years: learning, belonging, and identity
7. Growing and healing: DMM-FST integrative treatment Appendix 1: Assessments of attachment
Appendix 2: Published DDM case studies
Appendix 3: Published DDM comparative studies References

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Patricia McKinsey Crittenden is an independent developmental psychologist, teaching courses on her own theory and assessments internationally. She earned her Ph.D. under Mary Ainsworth (an eminent figure in developmental psychology). She is widely published in peer reviewed journals, has published several books and is completing the development of a life-span set of assessments of attachment. In the past she has been on the faculties of the Universities of Virginia, Miami, and Helsinki, as well being appointed Visiting Distinguished Professor at San Diego State University, Visiting Fellow at the New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry, Sydney, Australia, and holding the Beverly Professorship at the Clark Institute in Toronto, Canada. She is currently a Visiting Professor at the University of Bologna, Italy. She has published books in English, Spanish, and Italian. In 2004 she was honored with a career achievement award from the European Family Therapy Association. Rudi Dallos is Professor of Clinical psychology and Programme Director of the D.Clin. Psychology training programme at the University of Plymouth. He also teaches on qualifying systemic family therapy courses, an intermediate family therapy course and conducts a variety of guest lecturing. He offers extensive clinical and research supervision, especially in areas related to this proposed publication. He has published a range of book , most recently, Formulation in Psychology and Psychotherapy (2005) , Working Systemically with Families, 2003, Researching psychotherapy and Counselling, 2005, An Introduction to Family Therapy (2005 2nd edition) and Interacting Stories: Narratives, Family Beliefs and Therapy (1997)

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