By Jerrold Brandell, Shoshana Ringel
Modern attachment concept either enriches our knowing of human improvement and informs scientific perform. It examines the relational bonds among teenagers and their caregivers and lines its origins to numerous clinical and social fields, so much significantly psychoanalysis, social paintings, behaviorism, ethology, evolutionary idea, and biology.The first section of this e-book examines attachment thought and its dating to different psychodynamic theories of improvement, from Sigmund Freud to Heinz Kohut, after which discusses the landmark contributions of John Bowlby, the "father" of contemporary attachment conception. The part concludes with a close precis of analysis on attachment, highlighting the paintings of Mary Ainsworth, Mary major, Allan Sroufe, and Peter Fonagy.The moment element specializes in scientific purposes with baby, adolescent, and grownup customer populations. short vignettes and lengthier case illustrations think of a number of attachment problems and therapy ways, paying targeted consciousness to medical approach and strategy, method dimensions, and transference and countertransference phenomena. instances are set in a number of therapy venues, resembling collage and kinfolk counseling companies, neighborhood psychological wellbeing and fitness facilities, and personal perform, and contain consumers of various ethnocultural backgrounds and sexual orientations.Researchers have validated that kid's bonds with their caregivers are rooted in mental in addition to organic causes and feature profound results on later character improvement. Attachment and Dynamic perform deals a transparent and available creation to attachment concept and study, linking the sector to a large variety of scientific events and psychodynamic versions.
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Indd 32 11/29/06 7:59:46 PM B O W L B Y ’ S T H E O RY O F AT TA C H M E N T | 3 3 many different sources throughout his lifetime. Consequently, the basic principles of attachment theory reflect an integration of ethology, behavioral and cognitive theory, developmental psychology, evolutionary theory, and psychoanalysis. He contributed the essential empirical foundation for future understanding of children’s relationships with their caregivers and the impact of disruptions caused by separation and loss on children’s behavior.
The ocnophil [sic] lives from object to object, cutting his sojourns in the empty spaces as short as possible. Fear is provoked by leaving the objects, and allayed by rejoining them” (1959, p. 32). At first blush, the ocnophile’s solution to the problem of anxiety over separation or object loss seems more primitive and less adap tive than the philobat’s acceptance of the inevitability of separation and of the separate existence of objects. The philobat has indeed accepted reality and, moreover, has learned to rely on skills and internal resources to cope with such frustrations and anxieties.
Whereas the transitional experience for the infant or young child is intimately linked to a capacity for play, for the adult, transitional ex perience would be more likely to involve “playing with” new ideas and fanta sies and the cultivation of one’s own creative impulses. W. R. D. Fairbairn Fairbairn’s object relations theory of development, like the framework de veloped by Winnicott, also represented a radical departure from classical psychoanalytic conceptions of libidinal drive and Freudian conceptions of the nature of the earliest relations between mothers and infants.
Attachment and Dynamic Practice: An Integrative Guide for Social Workers and Other Clinicians by Jerrold Brandell, Shoshana Ringel