Attachment is fast becoming a "hot" topic with more and more high profile celebrities adopting challenged children. There is some controversy over the extent to which attachment problems are due to the parents or the child, and whether the disorder is being "pushed" on to parents as a means to explain away normal adjustment problems, and/or to incite parents to seek treatment for their children when no treatment is necessary. The forth-coming book will present a balanced look at these issues in the introduction, before going on to discuss intervention and treatment.
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Table of ContentsT.M. Levy and M. Orlans, Attachment Disorder as an Antecedent to Violence and Antisocial Patterns in Children.
R.D. Ladnier and A.E. Massanari, Treating ADHD as Attachment Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
N.L. Thomas, Parenting Children with Attachment Disorders.
B.R. Wickes, Integrating Attachment Concepts from Western Psychological and Buddhist Perspectives.
R.G. Ballenger, Problematic Attachment and Interrupted Development of Relationships: Causes, Interventions, and Resources within a Military Environment.
D.S. Steward and K.R. O'Day, Permanency Planning and Attachment: A Guide for Agency Practice.
S. Johnson and A. Sims, Attachment Theory: A Map for Couples Therapy.
J.F. Alston, Correlation between Childhood Bipolar I Disorder and Reactive Attachment Disorder, Disinhibited Type.
T.M. Levy and M. Orlans, Attachment Disorder and the Adoptive Family.
P. Pickle, Community-Focused Attachment Services.