The Search for the Secure Base: Attachment Theory and Psychotherapy

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Psychology Press, 2001 - 183 pagine

In recent decades, attachment theory has gained widespread interest and acceptance, although the relevance of attachment theory to clinical practice has never been clear. The Search for the Secure Base shows how attachment theory can be used therapeutically. Jeremy Holmes introduces an exciting new attachment paradigm in psychotherapy with adults, describing the principles and practice of attachment-informed therapy in a way that will be useful to beginners and experienced therapists alike. Illustrated with a wide range of clinical examples, this book will be welcomed by practitioners and trainees in psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and in many other disciplines.

 

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Sommario

An extended analogy
1
The six domains of attachment theory
6
Finding a common language
20
Attachment in clinical practice
35
An integrative perspective on change in psychotherapy
41
Disorganized attachment and the basic fault
52
Attachment and the storied self
65
Attachment and narrative in psychotherapy
80
An attachment perspective
95
Art attachment and psychotherapy
108
Money and psychotherapy
121
Endings in psychotherapy
130
BABI brief attachmentbased therapy
144
References
169
Subject index
177
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Informazioni sull'autore (2001)

Jeremy Holmes is Consultant Psychotherapist in North Devon and Senior Lecturer in Psychotherapy in the University of Exeter. He is current chair of the psychotherapy faculty of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He is the author of over 100 papers and book chapters as well as 10 books, including the acclaimed John Bowlby and Attachment Theory and Introduction to Psychoanalysis, with Anthony Bateman.

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