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.
„Probably the fullest account on how attachment theory may be used to guide treatment methods when dealing with attachment-related problems is that provided by Brisch (2002).“
Sir Michael Rutter (Implications of Attachment Theory and Research for Child Care Policies, in: Handbook of Attachment, New York, London 2008, S. 965)
12th completely revised and expanded edition 2013, hardbound with dust jacket, 378 pages
ISBN: 978-3-608-94532-4 (only available in German language)