Attaching in Adoption:
- Gray, Deborah D.
Attachment therapist Deborah Gray’s “Attaching in Adoption” provides sound theory, research outcomes, sensitive encouragement, calming support, and practical tools for families and those who work with them, using vignettes and anecdotes to demonstrate how suggested techniques can work to effect positive change.
Methods to improve attachment, respect, cooperation, trust, and caring in the family are constant themes in the book.
Topics include: trauma, grief, attachment disorder, emotional age verses chronological age, cultural change, race, prenatal exposure to alcohol and drugs, getting diagnoses, identifying their family’s challenges, meeting challenges within a family, forming a circle of support for the family, interviewing and working with mental health providers. (ATTACHMENT)
Status: 2 in stock (can be backordered)
Number of Pages: 388
Publisher: Perspectives Press, Inc.
DC#: 362.73 Gray
2 in stock (can be backordered)