Über den Autor
Joanna Bettmann is an Associate Professor and MSW Program Director at the University of Utah College of Social Work. Her primary research focuses on attachment relationships in a range of populations.
Introduction.-I. ATTACHMENT THEORY AND RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN.-Observing development: A comparative view of attachment theory and separation-individuation theory.-Securing attachment: Mother-infant research informs attachment-based clinical practice.-Using modern attachment theory to guide clinical assessments of early attachment relationships. II. ATTACHMENT-BASED CLINICAL WORK WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS.- Becoming baby watchers: An attachment-based video intervention in a community mental health center.-Trauma focused child-parent psychotherapy in a community pediatric clinic: A cross-disciplinary collaboration.-he essential role of the body in the parent-infant relationship: Non-verbal analysis of attachment.-Gems hidden in plain sight: Peer-play psychotherapy nourishes relationships and growth across developmental domains among young children,-The impact of intervention points of entry on attachment-based processes of therapeutic change with prepubertal children.-Attachment processes in wilderness therapy settings.-III. BUILDING CAPACITY FOR ATTACHMENT-BASED CLINICAL WORK.-From out of sight, out of mind to in-sight and in mind: Enhancing reflective capacities in a group attachment-based intervention.-Implementing attachment theory in the child welfare system: Clinical implications and organizational considerations.
Provides a social justice focus on diverse and marginalized populations
Examines evidence-based modes of practice
Presents contributions of social work to attachment theory
Illustrates applications with a variety of case vignettes