By Alexandra Maeja Raicar
This e-book describes the improvement of the child-centered attachment remedy (CcAT) version of operating with young children with attachment problems. They describe, in an obtainable demeanour, the complexities thinking about aiding mom and dad of their struggles to reply definitely to the wishes of youngsters who've been traumatized via their early experiences.
The writer has decades of operating with households of kids who act out their damage via tricky behaviors, and the e-book is stuffed with insights to aid either mom and dad and execs to appreciate and deal extra successfully with such behaviors. The booklet admirably demonstrates the authors’ trust in a healing method that makes a speciality of
attachment and security as must haves for selling fit relationships.
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Most parents in societies throughout the world know these ways intuitively as they learn to bond with their newborn babies through a spontaneous meeting of needs and increasing positive interaction, including loving, safe, and playful touch. However, if either baby or carer is unable to play her part in signalling need (cues) or following cues (responses), their mutual attachment, confidence in each other, and self-esteem are likely to be impaired. The carer’s growing feelings of rage, impotence, and worthlessness may offer a clue to the baby’s.
Early attachment researchers like Ainsworth (1982), who continued Bowlby’s work in America, showed that babies and toddlers need a secure base, often, literally, their mother’s lap. From this springboard, they can safely explore the immediate environment and return to her for emotional “refuelling” and sharing of their Raicar correx 5/11/09 1:15 PM Page 12 12 111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 711 8 9 20 1 2 3 4 511 6 7 8 9 311 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 911 CHILD-CENTRED ATTACHMENT THERAPY new discoveries, as described in Mahler’s rapprochement phase (Mahler, Pine, & Bergman, 1975).
It is now known that anxious-resistant children show ambivalent or “mixed” attachment behaviours: When faced with separation from their attachment figure, they tend to be clingy/ angry, dependent/hostile, and find it difficult to trust, settle, explore, concentrate, or take risks. They are constantly preoccupied with a fear of rejection or, worse still, abandonment by him. Anxious–avoidant (dismissive) children in the strange situation test seemed preoccupied with a toy and withdrawn from the mother, avoiding her gaze, perhaps fearing retaliation if they showed their anger at her leaving them.
Child-Centred Attachment Therapy: The CcAT Programme by Alexandra Maeja Raicar