Download Child-Centred Attachment Therapy: The CcAT Programme by Alexandra Maeja Raicar PDF

By Alexandra Maeja Raicar

ISBN-10: 185575505X

ISBN-13: 9781855755055

This ebook describes the improvement of the child-centered attachment treatment (CcAT) version of operating with youngsters with attachment problems. They describe, in an obtainable demeanour, the complexities interested in assisting mom and dad of their struggles to reply absolutely to the desires of kids who've been traumatized via their early experiences.

The writer has a long time of operating with households of youngsters who act out their damage via tough behaviors, and the ebook is filled with insights to aid either mom and dad and execs to appreciate and deal extra successfully with such behaviors. The e-book admirably demonstrates the authors’ trust in a healing process that makes a speciality of
attachment and safeguard as must haves for selling fit relationships.

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Child has a need/feels some discomfort MUTUAL TRUST, SAFETY, ESTEEM, AND BONDING INCREASE ➙ A SECURE BASE Child's expression of feelings (cues) and behaviours match; she acts predictably Child cries/ expresses need or feeling (gives a cue) Carer recognizes cue and responds appropriately: meeting the need or simply acknowledging child's feelings. Carer is consistent and, therefore, predictable Child's need/ feelings are thus validated. She learns that these are all right, and so is she to have them.

It seems likely that the carers of these children get very mixed messages about their need for closeness and comfort when distressed or hurt. , showing attachment behaviours (cues), so they now reject new carers in a distorted response to caregiving (Figure 4). * * * Attachment therapies have proliferated over recent decades, offering despairing children and families a range of treatments from traditional play and talking therapies through grief therapy to the more controversial “Holding” and “Intrusive” therapies, used by Keck and Cline (1992), among others.

In Pert and Marriott’s view, we have multiple selves, each with its own “thoughts, emotions, physical reality, and even the soul or spirit” (2006, p. 135). They suggest that, through meditation and other centring practices, we can become more aware of and “anchor” our “inner helper” or “higher self” as our “central organizing consciousness”. They believe that this can assist us to understand, accept, and forgive our hurt or dysfunctional aspects in order to develop healthy selves-esteem. The idea of having different selves or parts or levels of consciousness between which we switch constantly and without awareness, and from which we act, react, and interact, is not new.

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