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Sleep and Attachment Disorders in Children

Sleep and Attachment Disorders in Children

Sleep and Psychosomatic Medicine presents an overview of sleep medicine and the management of common sleep disorders seen in a wide variety of practice settings. Chapters have been written by experts in the field in order to provide physicians of a wide range of interests and abilities with a highly readable exposition of the principal results, including numerous well articulated examples and a rich discussion of applications. » more
NEW FROM BRISCH AT GUILFORD PRESS -  Revised and Expanded!

NEW FROM BRISCH AT GUILFORD PRESS - Revised and Expanded!

Organized around extended case illustrations-and grounded in cutting-edge theory and research-this highly regarded book shows how an attachment perspective can inform psychotherapeutic practice with patients of all ages. Karl Heinz Brisch explores the links between early experiences of separation, loss, and trauma and a range of psychological, behavioral, and psychosomatic problems. » more
Treating Attachment Disorders - From Theory to Therapy

Treating Attachment Disorders - From Theory to Therapy

Attachment theory and research have greatly enhanced our understanding of the role of parent-child relationships in the development of psychopathology. Yet until now, little has been written on how an attachment perspective can be used to actively inform psychotherapeutic practice. In this invaluable work, Karl Heinz Brisch presents an attachment-oriented framework for assessing and treating patients of all ages. » more
Attachment - couples, sexuality, and children

Attachment - couples, sexuality, and children

The quality of the attachments that partners formed in their own childhoods have a profound effect not only on their own relationship but on the development of their children. Today we know that when children develop a secure attachment to their parents, this bond is a crucial protective factor for their further development. » more
Attachment and early developmental disorders

Attachment and early developmental disorders

Early developmental disorders may begin during pregnancy or in early infancy. They may have a critical effect on the development of the child, later manifesting as emotional and psychosomatic illnesses well into adulthood. Such disorders include those on the autistic spectrum, early anxiety and fear, depressive symptoms, and cognitive development difficulties with memory disorders. » more
SAFE® – Safe Attachment Family Education

SAFE® – Safe Attachment Family Education

SAFE® will help you become more assured with your baby. During pregnancy, SAFE® will teach you how to respond sensitively, promptly, and appropriately to your child's signals. This will enable your baby to develop a secure attachment to you. This is the best foundation that parents can give their child. » more
Attachment, Fear, and Aggression. Theory, Therapy, and Prevention

Attachment, Fear, and Aggression. Theory, Therapy, and Prevention

What is going on in the aggressive and fearful children? Aggression and fear frequently occur early in the course of childhood development and may develop into serious emotional and social disorders, including criminality. Internationally respected experts show what can be done in terms of prevention, counseling, and psychotherapy. » more
Paths to Secure Attachment in Families and Society. Prevention, Guidance, Counseling, and Psychotherapy

Paths to Secure Attachment in Families and Society. Prevention, Guidance, Counseling, and Psychotherapy

Families and society-at-large affect the development of attachment over the entire lifetime. How can daycare, nursery school, school, and the family build secure attachment, and what can go wrong? Internationally respected researchers and clinicians introduce the latest research about the development of childhood attachment under current family and social conditions. » more
Children without attachment. Deprivation, adoption, and psychotherapy

Children without attachment. Deprivation, adoption, and psychotherapy

Healing in spite of a lack of attachment experience The internationally renowned authors discuss the consequences of severe neglect in early childhood, and the potentially positive changes that neglected children may experience in the care of foster and adoptive parents. » more
The Beginnings of Parent-Child Attachment. Pregnancy, Birth, and Psychotherapy

The Beginnings of Parent-Child Attachment. Pregnancy, Birth, and Psychotherapy

Attachment begins during pregnancy. Internationally respected researchers and clinicians introduce the latest research on prenatal attachment, the significance of hormones, and the development of attachment disorders. They report on preventive measures and discuss the potential and limits of psychotherapeutic intervention. » more
The Infant – Attachment, Neurobiology, and Genes. The Foundations of Prevention, Counseling, and Therapy

The Infant – Attachment, Neurobiology, and Genes. The Foundations of Prevention, Counseling, and Therapy

From continuous sleep to competent little person Internationally respected researchers and clinicians discuss the latest research into attachment and neurobiology and the influence of genes and relationships on the emotional, psychological, cognitive, social, and neurobiological development of fetuses and infants. » more
Attachment Disorders. From Attachment Theory to Therapy

Attachment Disorders. From Attachment Theory to Therapy

The bestseller in a completely revised edition A bestseller and standard work, providing strategies for diagnosis, therapy, and parenthood. In this completely revised edition of Attachment Disorders, Karl Heinz Brisch advances the integrative therapeutic practice developed from John Bowlby's paradigm of attachment and opens up new perspectives for assisting patients and for prevention. » more
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