By Helen K. Fletcher, Andrea Flood, Dougal Julian Hare
Attachment in highbrow and Developmental incapacity: A Clinician’s advisor to perform and Research is the 1st booklet to discover the medical problems linked to attachment relationships in individuals with highbrow and developmental disabilities.
- Draws jointly wisdom from disparate resources in a definitive new source for clinicians operating during this area
- A growing to be physique of evidence-based methods during this region are underpinned via attachment thought, together with direct intervention and using attachment conception to appreciate interactions and relationships
- Presents and integrates state-of-the-art types and ways that experience formerly been on hand purely to specialists
- Written by means of mainstream practitioners who're lively in scientific paintings and learn; inquisitive about real-world purposes, with illustrative case examples throughout
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Attachment in intellectual and developmental disability: a clinician's guide to research and practice by Helen K. Fletcher, Andrea Flood, Dougal Julian Hare