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A growing number of attachment-based interventions focus on taming the ghosts and sharks in parents’ minds by using parent–child psychotherapy, while others focus on improving parent/maternal sensitivity. Current evidence strongly supports the inclusion of video feedback involving the parent and child doing something together, rather than parent education using ¿lms that feature strangers (Berlin et al. 2008; Zeanah et al. 2011; Zilberstein 2013). Meta-analyses indicate interventions promoting parent sensitivity do better than those aimed at representation (mental models of caregiving) in increasing attachment security in children, and parent sensitivity is easier to change than child attachment (see Chapter 5).
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2003). This strongly suggests that attachment strategy and mentalising should be a central component of therapeutic trainings (Steele & Steele 2008b). While the metaphor of the therapist as parent works fairly well with adults it is inherently problematic when working with children who have actual parents or alternative carers with whom they have, or are developing, an ongoing attachment. g. Benedict 2006; Becker-Weidman & Hughes 2008), others see their role in terms such as an ‘identi¿cation model’ who is not a parent substitute and must ‘not become caught up in a real relationship’ (Verheugt-Pleiter 2008: 50–51).