By Alexandra Maeja Raicar
This publication describes the advance of the child-centered attachment treatment (CcAT) version of operating with teenagers with attachment problems. They describe, in an available demeanour, the complexities serious about assisting mom and dad of their struggles to reply absolutely to the wishes of youngsters who've been traumatized by means of their early experiences.
The writer has a long time of operating with households of kids who act out their damage via tough behaviors, and the booklet is filled with insights to aid either mom and dad and execs to appreciate and deal extra successfully with such behaviors. The publication admirably demonstrates the authors’ trust in a healing technique that specializes in
attachment and defense as must haves for selling fit relationships.
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The insecurely attached children in the strange situation studies carried out by Ainsworth and, later, Main and colleagues, showed Raicar correx 5/11/09 1:15 PM Page 13 THE LONG-TERM IMPACT OF ATTACHMENT DIFFICULTIES ON FAMILIES 111 2 3 4 5 6 711 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 211 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 911 13 three very different constellations of attachment behaviours from those of children who were considered to be securely attached: 1. 2. 3. Anxious–resistant (ambivalent) children were both clingy and angry with the mother on reunion, unable to accept comfort from her or to resume play even in her presence.
Such therapy can be used to heal painful memories from childhood through the adult’s revisiting the past in imagination as an advocate for his child self while having full access to his current resources and knowledge, as well as compassion for his younger self in that traumatic situation. Like other energy work, inner child healing should only be undertaken within a safe therapeutic framework and by appropriately qualified and experienced practitioners. * * * Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) specializes in emotional “change-work”, which is often done in light trance.
Carer confused by MisCue INSECURE BASE Child feels confirmed as “no good, unloved, unwanted”; tests carer’s/family’s boundaries further to provoke care/safe holding by carer or strangers MUTUAL LACK OF TRUST/CLAIMING, LOW SELF-ESTEEM Carer more angry and confused, and rejects child in turn. Feels unentitled to parent her, so does not set appropriate boundaries to hold and protect child and family from “acting out” unconsciously by child or self Carer might ignore or respond in anger to child’s MisCue; might punish child Child becomes more upset as unexpressed need still unmet, so rages and might act more outrageously, or become withdrawn and unresponsive, or even rejecting, towards carer.