By Clark Baim, Jo Hathaway, Tony Morrison
This illustrated, multi-media source deals a theoretically coherent, practice-based version for the appliance of attachment idea in operating with any adults, together with those that pose a chance to themselves or to different adults or children.
At the center of the source is the five-step research version, a versatile interviewing technique which is helping practitioners paintings with self belief in an attachment-informed approach. Having brought modern attachment concept, its hyperlinks with neuro-biology and the significance of non-public tales, the guide and audio DVD offer 5 strong case reports to demonstrate the 3 varied attachment options, with audio interviews, commentaries and guided functional routines. an in depth Interviewing consultant offers a useful framework for carrying out and making experience of interviews, with examples of attainable responses which would advertise integration. additional workouts give you the foundation for overview and intervention with consumers, and a last part indicates how attachment-informed supervision might help to reinforce practice.
This work-based source raises the arrogance of practitioners to behave as swap brokers with their consumers, and to narrate to them in attuned and powerful methods. it may be utilized by participants, groups, co-workers, supervisors and teachers/trainers to mirror on and enhance the education, use and aid of attachment considering in perform. It speaks to various professions and modalities and will be utilized in a multidisciplinary surroundings by means of either grownup and children’s providers.
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Chapter 10 is focused on how attachment theory can inform good supervision. You may want to read that chapter first, in order to gain a sense of how this guide as a whole fits with supervision practice. indd 10 08/03/2013 11:51 Introduction and How to Use this Guide Tips for teachers, trainers, mentors and tutors The teaching of attachment theory – both in pre-qualification and employment-based training – is widely varied or non-existent, especially in relation to the assessment of adults. Many participants on our courses have reported receiving a single lecture on Bowlby, and others said they received no training at all on attachment theory.
Clark has 20 years of experience as a group facilitator and trainer in the UK, Ireland, Greece, South Africa, Latvia, Sweden, Australia and the USA. A native of Chicago and graduate of Williams College, Massachusetts, he moved to the UK in 1987 to establish and serve as the first Director of Geese Theatre UK, a company using applied drama in prisons and probation. In the late 1990s, Clark worked as a group psychotherapist for five years at HM Prison Grendon, near Aylesbury, Bucks. Since 1999, he has been contracted as co-lead national trainer for the Probation Service’s groupwork programmes for men who have committed sexual offences, and in this role he has trained several thousand criminal justice practitioners in group treatment methods.
A multi-media resource that maximises the practitioner’s engagement with the material through words, pictures, sound and stories. � A guide that increases the confidence of practitioners to act as change agents with their clients. What this guide cannot provide Space does not allow us to provide a comprehensive account of attachment theory. Instead, this guide provides the key theory necessary for busy practitioners to understand and use the material in the guide. The reference section (p338) provides a clear signpost to other reading.