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By Phyllis S. Kosminsky

ISBN-10: 041585721X

ISBN-13: 9780415857215

Attachment-Informed Grief Therapy bridges the fields of attachment stories and thanatology, uniting conception, examine, and perform to complement our figuring out of the way and why humans grieve and the way we will aid the bereaved. In its pages, clinicians and scholars will achieve a brand new knowing of the etiology of complex grief and its remedy and may turn into larger built to formulate actual and particular case conceptualization and treatment options. The authors additionally illustrate the ways that the healing courting is a crucially important―though principally unrecognized―element in grief treatment, and supply instructions for an attachment educated view of the healing dating that may function the root of all grief treatment.

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In accounting for this finding, the investigators suggest that mothers who are high in reflective functioning are able to make sense of their own attachment experience and also to hold their child’s internal affective experience in mind. The combination of coherence of their own childhood narrative and the capacity to understand their child’s behavior with respect to his or her feelings supports the mother’s ability to respond empathically, thereby providing her child with a sense of security and safety.

1985). Using the AAI in conjunction with Strange Situation observations, Main and her colleagues were able to make a connection between the behavior of infants categorized as disorganized and the early relational experiences of their mothers. Main found that a majority of the mothers of disorganized infants had experienced early relational abuse themselves as children, had a limited capacity to regulate their own emotions, and as a result were easily overwhelmed by their infants’ distress and demands for attention.

The role of attachment security as a major 8 Attachment Theory and Research influence on the response to loss continues to be a foundational construct in the research and thinking of Parkes (Parkes, 2013; Parkes & Prigerson, 2010). Bowlby’s hope was that attachment theory would bring attention to the dangers of separating young children from caregivers, and that it would attract clinicians interested in mitigating these effects. While it would be many years before it would be translated into practice, attachment theory has become the subject of substantial research and testing.

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