• Attachment disorder in adolescence

Teenagers and Attachment

Helping Adolescents Engage with Life and Learning
Author: Dan Hughes
Publisher: Worth Publishers
ISBN: 9781903269138
Category: Attachment disorder in adolescence
Page: 224
View: 926
Offers practical attachment-based strategies to support disaffected teenagers integrate into schools and society. This book enables teachers, psychologists, therapists and social workers to reach out to young people in fresh ways, establishing genuine connection and real possibilities for learning and hope.

    • Family & Relationships

A Practical Guide to Caring for Children and Teenagers with Attachment Difficulties


Author: Chris Taylor
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9780857003676
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 224
View: 9230
This book guides childcare professionals through attachment theory and provides techniques for caring for children with attachment difficulties. It explains what attachment is, what different patterns of attachment look like in children and young people, how early attachment experiences affect their lives, and how this understanding can help childcare workers to develop therapeutic ways of caring. By understanding these issues, childcare workers are better equipped to help and support the troubled children they care for. This book shows how to promote recovery through secure base experiences in a therapeutic environment and provides solutions and methods to tackle challenging and problem behaviour, anger and the effects of trauma in children with attachment problems. This essential book will be invaluable to professionals such as residential carers, social workers and foster carers who work in a therapeutic environment with vulnerable and troubled children and young people.

    • Social Science

Observing Adolescents with Attachment Difficulties in Educational Settings

A Tool for Identifying and Supporting Emotional and Social Difficulties in Young People Aged 11-16
Author: Kim Golding,Mary Turner,Helen Worrall,Ann Cadman,Jennifer Roberts
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1784501743
Category: Social Science
Page: 240
View: 2170
This easy-to-use tool provides an observation checklist which enables staff to identify behavioural patterns in children with social and emotional difficulties, analyse the underlying emotional difficulties and establish what kind of help and support the children need. Behavioural responses are categorised within clearly outlined topics, including: * behaviour and relationship with peers * attachment behaviours * emotional state in the classroom * attitude to attendance Checklists and diagrams identify different 'styles' of relating, to help school staff to respond appropriately to the individual needs of each child. A range of handouts include activities designed to provide emotional support, to focus and regulate behaviour and enable the child to develop important social and emotional skills. Suitable for use with children aged 11+, this tool will be an invaluable resource for teachers, teaching assistants, learning support staff, school counsellors and educational psychologists.

    • Psychology

Play Therapy with Children and Adolescents in Crisis, Fourth Edition


Author: Nancy Boyd Webb
Publisher: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 1462522211
Category: Psychology
Page: 440
View: 9418
"This book aims to provide professionals and clinicians-in-training with the latest forms of treatment for children and adolescents who have been impacted by crises and trauma. The various treatment options presented here include approaches that focus on the individual as well as many that include a parent in conjoint or filial therapy, and others that employ a family treatment model. Many chapters in this book demonstrate the use of a variety of creative methods with young people who have suffered traumatic experiences such as sexual abuse, bullying, immigration, natural disasters, and witnessing violence"--

    • Psychology

Facilitating Developmental Attachment

The Road to Emotional Recovery and Behavioral Change in Foster and Adopted Children
Author: Daniel A. Hughes
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Incorporated
ISBN: 1461628474
Category: Psychology
Page: 264
View: 1276
This book shows how to work successfully with emotional and behavioral problems rooted in deficient early attachments. In particular, it addresses the emotional difficulties of many of the foster and adopted children living in our country who are unable to form secure attachments. Traditional interventions, which do not teach parents how to successfully engage the child, frequently do not provide the means by which the seriously damaged child can form the secure attachment that underlies behavioral change. Dr. Daniel Hughes maps out a treatment plan designed to help the child begin to experience and accept, from both the therapist and the parents, affective attunement that he or she should have received in the first few years of life. All children, at the core of their beings, need to be attached to someone who considers them to be very special and who is committed to providing for their ongoing care. Children who lose their birth parents desperately need such a relationship if they are to heal and grow. This book shows therapists how to facilitate this crucial bond. A Jason Aronson Book

    • Education

Attachment and Emotional Development in the Classroom

Theory and Practice
Author: David Colley,Paul Cooper
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1784503991
Category: Education
Page: 336
View: 8164
As of 2016 the Department for Education (DfE) want to ensure all trainee teachers have an understanding of emotional development and attachment, and so this book presents the key concepts that are essential for training in this area to ensure all teachers are up to date. Attachment issues and mental health have a huge impact on pupils' performance and so an understanding of young people's emotional development is crucial for any teacher. Increasing teachers understanding and skills around emotional development can prevent many long term mental health difficulties in our schools and in our communities. Key topics such as attachment theory, emotion coaching, tackling disruptive behaviour and the trauma continuum are introduced and explained, with advice and tips for a classroom setting offered throughout. The experiences of practitioners in the field are presented alongside those of researchers, offering a range of diverse perspectives including education, psychology and health. This is an essential text for trainee and practising teachers.

    • Education

Managing and Improving School Attendance and Behaviour

New Approaches and Initiatives
Author: Ken Reid
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317312074
Category: Education
Page: 236
View: 5921
This new book on school attendance and behaviour brings an international flavour to the field, with contributions on some of the latest empirical research and thinking from around the world. It includes contributions from Canada and the USA, Hong Kong, Europe, the United Kingdom and Ireland. Some of the interesting, wide-ranging, and often unique topics covered in the book include: truancy and well-being, disaffection, pupil absenteeism, social mediation, aggression in primary schools, bullying, emotional barriers to learning, behaviour management training, exclusion, reintegration, the role of educational psychologists, and ethnic diversity and classroom disruption in the context of migration policies. The book should prove both helpful and useful for a wide range of professionals, students, and academics, across a wide range of educational, care, and social policy disciplines. This book was originally published as a special issue of Educational Studies.

    • Attachment behavior in children

Inside I'm Hurting

Practical Strategies for Supporting Children with Attachment Difficulties in Schools
Author: Louise Michelle Bombèr
Publisher: Worth Publishers
ISBN: 9781903269114
Category: Attachment behavior in children
Page: 308
View: 6249
This book provides teachers and teaching assistants with new perspectives, practical tools and the confidence for supporting children with attachment difficulties within the school environment.

    • Self-Help

A Safe Place for Caleb

An Interactive Book for Kids, Teens, and Adults with Issues of Attachment, Grief and Loss, Or Early Trauma
Author: Kathleen A. Chara,Paul John Chara,J. M. Berns
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1843107996
Category: Self-Help
Page: 128
View: 9369
The book is aimed to help people who are dealing with attachment problems and aid understanding into such conditions. It follows the experience of a young boy, Caleb, as he encounters difficulties forming and sustaining healthy relationships and presents a summary of current scientific thought on attachment styles and disorders.

    • Classroom environment

Attachment in the Classroom

The Links Between Children's Early Experience, Emotional Well-being and Performance in School
Author: Heather Geddes
Publisher: Worth Publishers
ISBN: 9781903269084
Category: Classroom environment
Page: 152
View: 9907
Every day, teachers and other school staff have to deal with children who present challenging behaviour during their learning process at school. This book combines the fundamental principles of attachment theory with teacher-based examples, and practical 'how-to' interventions.

    • Aggressiveness in adolescence

You Think I'm Evil

Practical Strategies for Working with Rebellious and Aggressive Adolescents
Author: David Taransaud
Publisher: Worth Publishers
ISBN: 9781903269169
Category: Aggressiveness in adolescence
Page: 242
View: 1029
To truly understand rebellious and aggressive adolescents we need to find a way to enter and map their internal worlds. 'You think I'm Evil..' offers professionals practical evidence based techniques for connection to these teenagers to help them return to more creative ways of living.

    • Medical

Candor, Connection, and Enterprise in Adolescent Therapy


Author: Janet Sasson Edgette
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393703566
Category: Medical
Page: 203
View: 8821
"Candor, Connection, and Enterprise in Adolescent Therapy explores a new approach to relating to adolescents in therapy. Focusing on establishing relationships betweeen therapists and adolescents that are genuine and unaffected, and on bringing about conversation that is candid, forthright, and emotionally moving, this book offers therapists techniques for engaging and connecting with their teenaged clients to help them and their family members find dignified, face-saving ways out of their problems. Case examples and stories from the author's own practice illustrate how therapists can successfully navigate difficult therapeutic encounters and avert the power struggles and "going-nowhere" dialogues that stall treatment and bore their young clients."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    • Family & Relationships

Brainstorm

The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain
Author: Daniel J. Siegel MD
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110163152X
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 336
View: 609
In this New York Times–bestselling book, Dr. Daniel Siegel shows parents how to turn one of the most challenging developmental periods in their children’s lives into one of the most rewarding. Between the ages of twelve and twenty-four, the brain changes in important and, at times, challenging ways. In Brainstorm, Dr. Daniel Siegel busts a number of commonly held myths about adolescence—for example, that it is merely a stage of “immaturity” filled with often “crazy” behavior. According to Siegel, during adolescence we learn vital skills, such as how to leave home and enter the larger world, connect deeply with others, and safely experiment and take risks. Drawing on important new research in the field of interpersonal neurobiology, Siegel explores exciting ways in which understanding how the brain functions can improve the lives of adolescents, making their relationships more fulfilling and less lonely and distressing on both sides of the generational divide.

    • Attachment behavior in children

What about Me?

Inclusive Strategies to Support Pupils with Attachment Difficulties Make It Through the School Day
Author: Louise Michelle Bombèr
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781903269183
Category: Attachment behavior in children
Page: 290
View: 1193
Acclaimed teacher/therapist Louise Bomber takes professionals on a guided journey through the school day for pupils with attachment difficulties; from making the transition to school in the morning to leaving at the end of the day.

    • Psychology

Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens


Author: Christopher Willard,Amy Saltzman
Publisher: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 1462522386
Category: Psychology
Page: 438
View: 5722
Packed with creative, effective ideas for bringing mindfulness into the classroom, child therapy office, or community, this book features sample lesson plans and scripts, case studies, vignettes, and more. Leading experts describe how to harness the unique benefits of present-focused awareness for preschoolers, school-age kids, and teens, including at-risk youth and those with special needs. Strategies for overcoming common obstacles and engaging kids with different learning styles are explored. Chapters also share ways to incorporate mindfulness into a broad range of children's activities, such as movement, sports, music, games, writing, and art. Giving clinicians and educators practices they can use immediately, the book includes clear explanations of relevant research findings.

    • Family & Relationships

Your Child's Growing Mind

Brain Development and Learning From Birth to Adolescence
Author: Jane Healy
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 0307788946
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 432
View: 4459
The completely updated and expanded version of the 1987 classic hailed by parents and educators everywhere. From the Trade Paperback edition.

    • Psychology

The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Psychoanalytic Approaches
Author: Monica Lanyado,Ann Horne
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113469184X
Category: Psychology
Page: 496
View: 6686
This Handbook provides a comprehensive guide to the practice and principles of child and adolescent psychotherapy around the world. Contents include: * a brief introduction to the child psychotherapy profession, its history and development * a review of the theory underlying therapeutic practice * an overview of the varied settings in which child psychotherapists work * analysis of the growth of the profession internationally * an examination of areas of expertise around the world * a summary of current research Contributors are experienced practitioners from within a diverse range of schools and approaches and so provide a well-rounded picture of child and adolescent psychotherapy today. The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy will be an essential resource for professional psychotherapists, students of psychotherapy, social workers and all professionals working with disturbed children.

    • Medical

Neurobiologically Informed Trauma Therapy with Children and Adolescents: Understanding Mechanisms of Change (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)


Author: Linda Chapman
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393707881
Category: Medical
Page: 272
View: 7364
Nonverbal interactions are applied to trauma treatment for more effective results. Art and play therapy approaches can be used to facilitate healing in traumatized children. Fostering nonverbal, right-brain-to-right-brain communication between the therapist and client promotes the brain's capacity for integration and repair. This book offers a unique perspective on the practical application of neurobiology in clinical practice.

    • Psychology

Plugged In

How Media Attract and Affect Youth
Author: Patti M. Valkenburg,Jessica Taylor Piotrowski
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300228090
Category: Psychology
Page: 320
View: 1646
An illuminating study of the complex relationship between children and media in the digital age Now, as never before, young people are surrounded by media—thanks to the sophistication and portability of the technology that puts it literally in the palms of their hands. Drawing on data and empirical research that cross many fields and continents, authors Valkenburg and Piotrowski examine the role of media in the lives of children from birth through adolescence, addressing the complex issues of how media affect the young and what adults can do to encourage responsible use in an age of selfies, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. This important study looks at both the sunny and the dark side of media use by today’s youth, including why and how their preferences change throughout childhood, whether digital gaming is harmful or helpful, the effects of placing tablets and smartphones in the hands of toddlers, the susceptibility of young people to online advertising, the legitimacy of parental concerns about media multitasking, and more.

    • Psychology

The Neurobiology of Attachment-Focused Therapy: Enhancing Connection & Trust in the Treatment of Children & Adolescents (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)


Author: Jonathan Baylin,Daniel A. Hughes
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393711056
Category: Psychology
Page: 304
View: 2262
Uniting attachment-focused therapy and neurobiology to help distrustful and traumatized children revive a sense of trust and connection. How can therapists and caregivers help maltreated children recover what they were born with: the potential to experience the safety, comfort, and joy of having trustworthy, loving adults in their lives? This groundbreaking book explores, for the first time, how the attachment-focused family therapy model can respond to this question at a neural level. It is a rich, accessible investigation of the brain science of early childhood and developmental trauma. Each chapter offers clinicians new insights—and powerful new methods—to help neglected and insecurely attached children regain a sense of safety and security with caring adults. Throughout, vibrant clinical vignettes drawn from the authors' own experience illustrate how informed clinical processes can promote positive change. Authors Baylin and Hughes have collaborated for many years on the treatment of maltreated children and their caregivers. Both experienced psychologists, their shared project has bee the development of the science-based model of attachment-focused therapy in this book—a model that links clinical interventions to the crucial underlying processes of trust, mistrust, and trust building—helping children learn to trust caregivers and caregivers to be the "trust builders" these children need. The book begins by explaining the neurobiology of blocked trust, using the latest social neuroscience to show how the child's early development gets channeled into a core strategy of defensive living. Subsequent chapters address, among other valuable subjects, how new research on behavioral epigenetics has shown ways that highly stressful early life experiences affect brain development through patterns of gene expression, adapting the child's brain for mistrust rather than trust, and what it means for treatment approaches. Finally, readers will learn what goes on in the child's brain during attachment-focused therapy, honing in on the dyadic processes of adult-child interaction that seem to embody the core "mechanisms of change": elements of attachment-focused interventions that target the child's defensive brain, calm this system, and reopen the child's potential to learn from new experiences with caring adults, and that it is safe to depend upon them. If trust is to develop and care is to be restored, clinicians need to know what prevents the development of trust in the first place, particularly when a child is living in an environment of good care for a long period of time. What do abuse and neglect do to the development of children's brains that makes it so difficult for them to trust adults who are so different from those who hurt them? This book presents a brain-based understanding that professionals can apply to answering these questions and encouraging the development of healthy trust.