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Learning the Dance of Attachment By Holly van Gulden
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Learning the Dance of Attachment, An Adoptive/Foster Parent's Gude to Nurturing Healthy Development, is a child development guide specifically written for adoptive and foster parents. It explains... More > the normal stages of childhood emotional development and contrasts it with disfunctional behaviors caused by early life deprivation and abuse. This book is helpful as a training tool for potential foster and adoptive parents. Parents already facing frustrating and unexplained behaviors can read this guide to understand the causes of their child's misbehavior and learn tecniques to overcome problems. Child welfare professionals should use The Dance of Attachment as a support tool for clients and families.< Less
And You Are Still You - Developing & Maintaining a Stable Sense of Worth By Holly van Gulden, Ann Sutton
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This Resource Manual is a working tool which is based on the model of attachment, child development and therapy taught by Holly van Gulden. It aims to give the theory to understand the behaviours of... More > children and young people that workers, parents and carers so often experience in adoptive and foster families. It helps address that experience professionals and families have of the gap/difference between the chronological age of the child and their emotional age. Importantly, it also describes effective ways in which workers and families can help children and young people develop the capacities that make them able to approach the world differently. It aims to be a very practical approach which is based on the theory of Object Relations.< Less
And You Are Still You - Developing and Maintaining a Stable Sense of Self By Holly van Gulden, Ann Sutton
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This Resource Manual is a working tool which is based on the model of attachment, child development and therapy taught by Holly van Gulden. It aims to give the theory to understand the behaviours of... More > children and young people that workers, parents and carers so often experience in adoptive and foster families. It helps address that experience professionals and families have of the gap/difference between the chronological age of the child and their emotional age. Importantly, it also describes effective ways in which workers and families can help children and young people develop the capacities that make them able to approach the world differently. It aims to be a very practical approach which is based on the theory of Object Relations.< Less

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