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Parenting a child who has a disorder of attachment is the hardest job any parent could have. It requires rethinking your parenting instincts, experience with other children, and advice on child rearing. It means making conscious, therapeutic parenting decisions hour after hour, day after day, week after week. This manual is designed to help parents of children who have disorders of attachment learn to parent their children effectively.
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The information contained in this manual was compiled by the following committee of ATTACh members and board of directors, all of whom specialize in treating disorders of attachment and many of whom are also parents of children who have disorders of attachement: Connie Hornyak, LCSW; JoAnn Vesper, LICSW; Arthur Becker-Weidman, PhD; Marilyn Durbin, LCSW; Mary Lou Edgar, LCSW; Janice Goldwater, LCSW; Bernadine Janzen, MS, LPC; Victoria Kelly, LCSW, PsyD, MHA; Keith Kuboyama, LCSW, Jacqueline Rushing, LCSW; Lynn Wetterberg, MS.Review:
"Therapeutic Parenting: A handbook for parents of Children who have disorders of attachment is a treasure and a must-read for all who have embarked on the difficult journey of healing a troubled child, as well as for those who stand by ready to help them. It includes a simple, clear discussion of attachment and attachment issues; supportive, realistic guidance for how to be a therapeutic parent; and information about how to get appropriate help when you need it. At all stages along the way there are helpful stories by parents who have traveled this same path." --Phyllis Booth, LCPC, MA, RPT-S, Co-author of Theraplay®
"Therapeutic Parenting takes the discussion of raising attachment impaired children to a whole new level. It is not simply a how-to manual focusing on behavior (both the parents' and dhild's), but examines the feelings underneath the behavior. It gently helps parents understand our own attachment styles and how that shapes our relationships with our children. Especially helpful are the tutorials of how to respond to our children's challenges with empathy, which for many parents, is like learning a whole new language." --Lynne Lyon, MSW, LCSW founder, Attach-China/International, Center for Attachment & Trauma Therapy, LLC
"Therapeutic Parenting, compiled by ATTACh, will assist parents who are trying to understand and help their children. As therapists, trainers and authors in the trauma and attachment field for many years, we recognize and appreciate what a valuable resource this manual is for parents and professionals. Very well done. --Terry M. Levy, PhD, BCFE & Michael Orlans, MA, DAPA Co-directors, Evergreen Psychotherapy Center, Attachment Treatment and Training Institute
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