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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.

„The book provides a fascinating insights into various aspects of psychological and psychiatric prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal attachment research….“

Anne-Ev Ustorf (Psychologie Heute, 3/2008)
2nd edition 2008, hardbound with dust jacket, 304 pages
ISBN: 978-3-608-94422-0 (only available in German language)

» To the book description on the Klett-Cotta Verlag website