By Joanna Ellen Bettmann (auth.), Joanna Ellen Bettmann, Donna Demetri Friedman (eds.)
Attachment-Based Social paintings with young children and children is a wide-ranging examine attachment concept and study, its program to formative years populations, and its ordinary healthy with the social paintings occupation. This e-book covers the applicability of attachment idea to the profession’s a variety of domain names that come with human habit, perform, coverage, learn, and social paintings schooling. particularly, it addresses the huge spectrum of medical social paintings, together with perform in quite a few private and non-private settings and with a few different populations. The e-book highlights the contribution of the social paintings occupation to the advance of attachment conception and research.
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By this time, a child has more sophisticated strategies for existing as a separate individual in his own world, and for managing pleasure and anxiety on his own. From a different but parallel perspective, the child of this age achieves some capacity for autonomous affect regulation. “A great merit of the object-constancy concept lies in its ability to help us understand the development of a self-regulatory capacity” (Tyson 1996, p. 175). The capacity to maintain a complex yet stable representation 26 I.
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