Attachment-based Practice with Adults
Attachment theory is fundamental to understanding people and to relationship-based work; it provides a coherent narrative which is central to wellbeing.
This guide offers a theoretically coherent, practice-based account of the application of attachment theory for practitioners working with troubled and troubling adults. The interactive workbook includes tools and other resources to assist frontline practitioners who want to use a relationship-based, attachment-informed approach.
The approach presented in this guide speaks to diverse professions and modalities, and it can be used in a multidisciplinary environment by both adult and children’s services practitioners. It can be used by individuals, teams, co-workers, supervisors, teachers and trainers to reflect on and improve the preparation, use and support of attachment thinking in practice.
Spiral bound printed resource, 573 pages, inc. Audio DVD