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By understanding what'¬"s going on in parents'¬" brains'¬ ;when their caregiving skills are strong and when they'¬"re '¬Sblocked'¬ or impaired'¬ ;clinicians can more effectively help parents who are struggling to connect with their children. Daniel A. Hughes and Jonathan Baylin do just that, paving the way for a more attuned caregiving rapport.
Daniel A. Hughes, PhD, is a prominent attachment specialist and private practitioner. President of the Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute, he consults and gives Trainings in the U.S. and abroad on attachment and family therapy. He is the author of Attachment-Focused family Therapy, Attachment-Focused Family Therapy Work-book and Attachment-Focused Parenting. Jonathan Baylin, PhD, a psychologist in private practice, offers workshops for therapists on integrating knowledge about the brain with psychotherapy.
Table of Contents
|Parenting Is a Brain Thing||p. 11|
|The Five Domains of Parenting||p. 60|
|Blocked Care & How It Happens||p. 81|
|A Caregiving Formula: Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, Empathy (PACE)||p. 102|
|Mastering Emotional Regulation||p. 142|
|Making Sense & Reflective Functioning||p. 184|
|Quick Review: Nine Strategies to Develop the Parenting Brain||p. 213|
|Appendix Seeking Help||p. 221|
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