Attachment from Early Childhood through the Lifespan
"DescriptionThis program provides a cutting-edge view from renown researchers and clinicians who are leaders in the integration of knowledge about how early childhood attachment experiences affect the mind, the brain, and developmental processes.These perspectives provide the "basic science" of the developing mind that enables the psychotherapist to understand clinical work and treatment strategies in a comprehensive and in-depth manner."
After completion of this program listeners will be able to:
1) Integrate important views of early development and the consequences for research and clinical practice
2) Get an overview of the scientific foundation of the impact of attachment on the developing mind.
3) Learn how the developing mind shapes and is shaped by patterns of interpersonal relationships, and how this affects future interactions
|Presenter(s)||Sir Richard Bowlby, Mary Main, Daniel Siegel, Allan Schore, Daniel Stern, L. Alan Sroufe, Peter Fonagy|