By Marion Bower, Judith Trowell
This publication presents ways that psychoanalytic rules could be tailored and utilized in a wide selection of settings--including social prone, colleges and hospitals--to aid young children and households who're emotionally disturbed or who've been bodily or sexually abused. it's a ebook for execs who're drawn to utilizing psychoanalytic principles of their personal paintings settings and assumes no prior wisdom of those principles at the a part of the reader. It presents uncomplicated rules, many sensible examples, with additional studying and knowledge approximately the place to discover aid and session.
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This change has been very much influenced by the work of John Bowlby, a psychoanalyst who in turn was very influenced by ethology, anthropology and developmental psychology. As his work has considerable implications for how we care for children and support families, I shall summarise it in more detail here. THE WORK OF JOHN BOWLBY Bowlby was a psychiatrist who also trained as a psychoanalyst and his work is based on two central psychoanalytic principles: firstly the enormous importance of the mother for a child’s development and secondly the influence of early experience on later development.
The basic tenets of this theory are that children need a stable attachment figure whom they will seek out in times of anxiety or danger. A secure attachment forms the basis from which a child can explore the world and underpins the capacity for forming relationships with other trusted people. Once having formed a secure attachment the individual is then capable, if the attachment is broken, of making further attachments. A necessary consequence of attachment is that separation from a loved person is painful and distressing.
This would seem to be for a number of reasons. First, finding a suitable subject to observe and setting up a contract can be very stressful. Then, students can become anxious because they are unclear about the observer role. The result of this is often that students appear to become bored.
The Emotional Needs of Young Children and Their Families: Using Psychoanalytic Ideas in the Community by Marion Bower, Judith Trowell