Attachment and Family Systems

Attachment and Family Systems : Conceptual, Empirical and Therapeutic Relatedness

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IAttachment and Family Systems is a cogent and compelling text addressing the undeniable overlap between two systems of thought that deal with the nature of interpersonal relationships and how these impact functioning. In this enlightening work, leading thinkers in the field apply attachment theory within a systemic framework to a variety of life cycle transitional tasks and clinical more

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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17.78mm | 408g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138869589
  • 9781138869585
  • 1,518,793

Table of contents

THEORETICAL OVERVIEW 1. Implications of Attachment Research for the Field of Family Therapy, Robert Marvin FAMILY PERSPECTIVE 2. Family Level Emotional Climate and its Impact on the Flexibility of Relationship Representations, Jean Talbot and James McHale LIFE CYCLE TRANSITIONS: CHILD/ADOLESCENT PERSPECTIVE 3. Attachment Theory Applied to Adolescents, Stacy Cretzmeyer 4. Adolescence and Attachment: From Theory to Treatment Implications, Susan Mackey LIFE CYCLE TRANSITIONS: ADULT PERSEPCTIVE 5. Therapy with Clients' Attachment-Related Love and Work Struggles, Carole Pistole 6. The Systemic Nature of Couple Relationships: An Attachment Perspective, Judy Feeney 7. A Systemic Approach to Restructuring Adult Attachment: The EFT Model of Couples Therapy, Susan M. Johnson and Marlene Best SPECIFIC CLINICAL ISSUES 8. Linking Systems and Attachment Theory: A Conceptual Framework for Marital Violence, Claire Haslam and Phyllis Erdman 9. An Approach to Treatment of Attachment Issues in the Adult and Child Subsystems Through the Use of Thematic Play Therapy in Conjunction with Couples Therapy, Michael R. Carns, Robin English, Leslie Huling, Ann Carns 10. Integrative Systemic Approaches to Attachment-Related Trauma, Sylvia Marotta 11. Attachment Theory and Family Systems Theory as Frameworks for Understanding the Intergenerational Transmission of Family Violence, Pamela Alexander and Stephanie Warnershow more