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Adult Attachment Patterns in a Treatment Context: by Sarah Daniel

By Sarah Daniel

Attachment thought posits that the necessity for attachment is a life-long phenomenon that turns into particularly correct in instances of hindrance or trauma. while adults event affliction, injuries, attacks, mental problems or losses, their attachment-behavioural structures are activated, motivating them to hunt support and help from friends and family and/or from aiding execs. although, the ensuing request for assistance is affected and formed by means of prior studies concerning the help and trustworthiness of attachment figures. Can others be relied on? Is it secure to teach vulnerability? How may still one behave to extend the possibility of receiving the assistance wanted?

Adult Attachment styles in a therapy Context offers an built-in advent to the topic of grownup attachment. examine into grownup attachment styles bargains expert helpers a theoretically sound perception into the dynamics underlying a number purchaser behaviours, together with a number of the extra confusing and challenging behaviours akin to denying noticeable discomfort or continuously pushing the pro for extra own involvement. Sarah Daniel exhibits how utilising wisdom of attachment styles to therapy settings will increase the best way pros have interaction with consumers and the association of remedies. This booklet should be appropriate to quite a number supporting execs reminiscent of psychotherapists, psychologists and social employees, either in perform and in training.

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Belsky, J. & Fearon, P. 2008. Precursors of attachment security. In Cassidy, J. & Shaver, P. (eds) Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications, 2nd ed. New York: Guilford Press. Benoit, D. & Parker, K. C. H. 1994. Stability and transmission of attachment across three generations. Child Development, 65, 1444–1456. Adult attachment patterns 27 Berlin, L. , Cassidy, J. & Appleyard, K. 2008. The influence of early attachments on other relationships. In Cassidy, J. & Shaver, P.

People whose experience in attachment relationships has led them to expect that expressions of vulnerability and help-seeking will be met with consistent rejection, thus further worsening the situation, will attempt to avoid relying on others in difficult situations. , 2009). However, people whose attachment experiences have led them to expect that attachment figures might provide help and support, although they cannot take it for granted, tend to make use of diametrically opposite coping strategies.

In some cases, misunderstandings and ‘mismatch’ between client and treatment provider can be attributed to expectations regarding the distribution of roles between them, where one party may expect or desire a more asymmetrical relationship than the other, whether it be the treatment provider who expects to be awarded status as an especially knowledgeable and strong person, or perhaps the client who expects the treatment provider to take on more responsibility in ‘taking care’ of him or her. What does serving as a secure base and safe haven entail?

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