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The author describes children’s developmental stages and age-appropriate interviewing techniques that can be used in child custody evaluations. These strategies can also be used by child welfare workers when assessing a child’s safety and well-being.
Issues in Foster Care: Overview of Attachment Theory
Barbara Alexander, LCSW, BCD, president of
On Good Authority
, interviews Fran Stott, PhD, who provides an overview of attachment theory. Attachment theory posits that children instinctively attach to caretakers in order to achieve security and survival.
Rebuilding Attachments and Encouraging Resilience
Richard Kagan, PhD, offers tools that practitioners can use to help parents or other family members and children rebuild fragile or disrupted attachments, change patterns of destructive behavior, and implement safety plans to prevent further neglect, abuse, and trauma.
Toxicity of Shame: Applications for Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Shame co-occurs with many disorders and client concerns, such as self-harm, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, interpersonal conflicts, self-criticism, trauma, and personality disorders. The authors review the complexity of shame and present a rationale for using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to treat it. The article presents primary
Use of Mindfulness in Trauma Counseling
This program explores the use of mindfulness interventions in trauma counseling, with particular attention on how mindfulness can address the neuropsychological aspects of trauma. The material includes a case example that illustrates the use of mindfulness techniques in trauma counseling.
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