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Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review No 2 Summer 2014

Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review No 2 Summer 2014

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The publication of the Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Children, Young People and Their Families. The review's mission is to promote and share good quality clinical writing and research within the field of child, adolescent and family clinical psychology by publishing annual themed editions expressing a range of views and ideas and research around a pertinent topic.

The theme of this issue is Applying Current Knowledge About Attachment in Clinical Practice. It is designed to add to and update the British Psychological Society's CYPF Briefing Paper No.26, Attachment Theory Into Practice.




Editorial: Applying current knowledge about attachment in clinical practice
Miriam Silver

Sensitivity is not enough: Securing attachment from one generation to the next
Tejinder K. Kondel-Laws

Dyadic developmental psychotherapy: Toward a comprehensive trauma-informed treatment for developmental trauma disorder
Dan Hughes

Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP): A framework for therapeutic intervention and parenting
Geraldine Casswell, Kim S. Golding, Edwina Grant, Julie Hudson & Pam Tower

Strengthening attachment bonds with Video Interaction Guidance (VIG)
Miriam Landor, Maria V. Doria & Jenny Jarvis

Bringing attachment theory into the classroom: An observation checklist to support education staff to meet the relationship needs of emotionally troubled children
Kim S. Golding

A play on words - helping foster carers build attachments and create meaning through storytelling
Steve Killick

An attachment approach to treatment: DMM-FST Integrative Treatment
Patricia McKinsey Crittenden & Rudi Dallos

Thinking about when to intervene: Attachment and the Family Court
Miriam Silver


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