By Crittenden, Patricia McKinsey
This e-book explores an integration of rules from attachment conception and systemic relations treatment together with present advancements and built-in cases.
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For parents, maintaining moment-to-moment balance – far less psychological balance – during this period of uneven growth and rapidly reversible changes can be a challenge. And yet … and yet toddlers are so engagingly human, so much more like ourselves than are babies that they capture our hearts. In this chapter, we describe the developmental changes that occur in toddlerhood, then address the impact of these on dyadic and family functioning. Complexity becomes the key – complexity of psychological processes; complexity of managing multiple, interconnected relationships; and complexity of behaviour – all in a context of partial awareness.
Can you go get your dolly so Aunt Margie can help you dress her? ’ A shared plan is made, reasons are given, the plan is revised and mum ensures that it is implemented before she goes. When she comes back, this exemplar mum will ask about the dolly and remind her toddler to get ready for the park. In this sort of sequence, the communication is clear and reciprocal, the toddler is required to modify her plan, but is guided to see that it is not a power struggle in which mum wins, but rather is a necessary step for the family as a whole.
Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. Attachment and Family Therapy Summary of constructs and treatment principles Constructs 1 Attachment: According to Ainsworth: Attachment is an affectional bond, and hence an attachment figure is never wholly interchangeable with or replaceable by another, even though there be others to whom one is also attached. In attachments as in other affectional bonds there is a need to maintain proximity, distress upon inexplicable separation, pleasure or joy upon reunion, and grief at loss.
Attachment and family therapy by Crittenden, Patricia McKinsey