Paperback: £13.99 / $19.95
2013, 216mm x 138mm / 8.5in x 5.5in, 208pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-314-3, BIC 2: JKSF VFVK JKSN
Attachment is a word used to describe a simple idea – the relationship with someone you love or whose opinions are important to you – so why is so much of the language relating to attachment so obscure, and why is it so challenging to help children who lack healthy attachment bonds?
Attachment in Common Sense and Doodles aims to bring some clarity and simplicity to the subject. Providing grounded information and advice accompanied by a series of simple 'doodles' throughout, it explains attachment in language that is easy to understand and describes how to apply this information in everyday life. It describes how the attachment patterns in children who are adopted or fostered differ, summarises the latest research in the field and provides advice on how to repair attachment difficulties and to build secure, loving relationships.
Covering all of the 'need to know' issues including how to spot attachment difficulties, build resilience and empathy and responding to problematic behaviour, this book will be an invaluable resource for families and professionals caring for children who are fostered, adopted or who have experienced early trauma.
30 January 2014
Child and family psychologist and JKP author of the bestselling A Short Introduction to Attachment and Attachment Disorder, Colby Pearce, on maintaining a balanced view when caring for children who have experienced trauma in their early lives. This article first appeared on The Adoption Social‘s guest blog. I was born in January, which is the...
7 November 2013
Dr. Amber Elliott, author of Why Can’t My Child Behave? talks about how she became motivated to start her own company to support looked-after children, and how this in turn led her to writing the book, a parenting manual for traumatised or neglected children. “In the space of a couple of weeks in April...
17 July 2013
Our brand new US catalog of useful resources on adoption, fostering and attachment will soon be available. To receive a free copy of the catalog, please sign up for our mailing list and we’ll get one out to you right away. Click here to sign up for a free copy. Customers in the US who...
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