By Joanna Ellen Bettmann (auth.), Joanna Ellen Bettmann, Donna Demetri Friedman (eds.)
Attachment-Based Social paintings with youngsters and youth is a wide-ranging examine attachment conception and learn, its program to early life populations, and its typical healthy with the social paintings career. This e-book covers the applicability of attachment thought to the profession’s quite a few domain names that come with human habit, perform, coverage, examine, and social paintings schooling. specifically, it addresses the wide spectrum of medical social paintings, together with perform in numerous private and non-private settings and with a few varied populations. The ebook highlights the contribution of the social paintings occupation to the advance of attachment concept and research.
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S tendency to focus on how others function for her. She actively devalued positive aspects of closeness and dependency, emphasized her ability to take care of herself, and talked about relationships in terms of personal gain. She said: “I’m secretive, I mean I always sort of think you can manipulate people to do what you want . . ” The little girl who tried hard to entertain her mother, and whose engagement with her surroundings was so dependent on her mother’s presence, learned how to repress the need for intimacy.
The little girl who tried hard to entertain her mother, and whose engagement with her surroundings was so dependent on her mother’s presence, learned how to repress the need for intimacy. Discussion Anna and Wendy showed a range of ways of interacting with their mother, coping with separations, and being with other children and adults. This variability appears to be founded on differences in the achievement of an internalized stable and loving image (of self and other) and the ability to rely on that image when mother was physically or psychologically unavailable (Mahler et al.
She persisted in seeking contact with Mrs. W. even when faced with her mother’s irritation. Overall, Anna’s behavior was characterized by a desire to be with her mother and those at the center, and to solicit positive attention. This example illustrates a typical observation of Anna: Anna selected one of the books and brought it over to her mother. She climbed onto Mrs. ’s lap and Mrs. W. asked her, ‘wee wee? Do you want to wee wee? ’ Anna shook her head. Whenever Anna would start to fuss, Mrs.
Attachment-Based Clinical Work with Children and Adolescents by Joanna Ellen Bettmann (auth.), Joanna Ellen Bettmann, Donna Demetri Friedman (eds.)