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Treating Attachment Disorders From Theory to Therapy

ISBN-10: 1593850441
ISBN-13: 9781593850449
Edition: 2002
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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 5/4/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 294
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Michael North is Professor and Chair of Modern History at the University of Greifswald, Germany.

Acknowledgments to the English Edition
Acknowledgments to the German Edition
Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Attachment Theory and Its Basic Concepts
Historical Overview
The Development of the Concepts of Attachment Theory
Basic Assumptions of Attachment Theory
The Concept of Sensitivity
The Concept of Attachment Quality in Children
The Classification of Infant Attachment Quality
Correlations of Strange Situation Behavior with Other Variables
The Concept of Attachment Representation
Attachment across Generations and throughout the Life Cycle
The Significance of Protective and Risk Factors
Attachment and Separation in Other Psychotherapeutic Schools
Attachment Disorders
Attachment and Psychopathology
The Theory of Attachment Disorder
Attachment Classification in Diagnostic Manuals
The Diagnosis and Typology of Attachment Disorders
No Signs of Attachment Behavior
Undifferentiated Attachment Behavior
Exaggerated Attachment Behavior
Inhibited Attachment Behavior
Aggressive Attachment Behavior
Attachment Behavior with Role Reversal
Psychosomatic Symptoms
Attachment Therapy
Therapeutic Theory
Treatment Technique
General Considerations for Adult Psychotherapy
General Considerations for Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy
Special Considerations
Treatment Cases from Clinical Practice
Manifestations of Attachment Disorders Prior to Conception
The Unfulfilled Desire for Pregnancy--Fear of Attachment to the Fantasized Child
Prenatal Attachment Disorders
The Pregnant Mother's Fear That Imminent Birth May Dissolve Her Attachment to the Child
Complications in Pregnancy and High-Risk Pregnancies
The Diagnosis of Prenatal Abnormalities
Postnatal Attachment Disorder
The Mother with Postpartum Depression
The Mother with Postnatal Psychosis
The Trauma of Prematurity
Attachment Disorders in Childhood
No Signs of Attachment Behavior
Undifferentiated Attachment Behavior
Exaggerated Attachment Behavior
Inhibited Attachment Behavior
Aggressive Attachment Behavior
Attachment Behavior with Role Reversal
Psychosomatic Symptoms
Attachment Disorders in School-Age Children
School Phobias
Underachievement
Aggressiveness
Attachment Disorders in Adolescence
Addictive Symptoms
Antisocial Behavior and Delinquency
Neurodermatitis
Attachment Disorders in Adults
Panic and Agoraphobia Symptoms
Depressive Symptoms
Narcissistic Symptoms
Borderline Symptoms
Psychotic Symptoms
Depression in Old Age
Summary
Prospects for Further Application
Family Therapy
Group Psychotherapy
Education
Critical Issues
Afterword
Brief Precis of the Adult Attachment Interview Protocol Excerpted from George, Kaplan, and Main (1996)
Notes
References
Index

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