Attachment in Practice

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Learn step by step how and why attachment behaviour develops and changes over the first three years of life by observing real interactions between infants and their carers. As the various stages of attachment behaviour unfold, you will gain a real understanding of what this looks like and how it works in practice. You will also be able to see how a secure attachment supports a child’s healthy social and emotional development.

The documentary sequences are inter-cut with commentary by Dr. Per Olaf Svanberg, consultant clinical psychologist. He underpins the sequences with the latest research and theory in a relaxed and accessible manner that allows you to easily link all of the theory to your practice. Svanberg also explores the implications of insecure attachments.

The accompanying notes include questions, discussion topics and observations to do, together with theory and research relevant to each particular stage of development. There is also a transcript of the films commentary and a recommended reading list.

  • Gain a deep understanding of attachment theory
  • Study what an attachment relationship looks like
  • Gain real understanding of how attachment behaviour develops and changes from 0-3 years
  • Recognise the importance of a secure base and how this supports the child's development
  • Learn about the nature of insecure attachments
  • Learn about the importance of 'tuned in' social interactions from birth

How can I use this video? +

  • A great resource to examine particular stages of attachment development
  • To ink theory to practice easily by observing what theory actually looks like in everyday situations
  • The ability to re watch as often as needed leads to further in depth study
  • Chapter structure lends itself perfectly for use in presentations, seminars and lectures
  • Compliments in house training, 1-2-1 supervision training and CPD
  • Great for inspiring group discussions amongst staff teams
  • Encourages thought and reflection on current practice
  • Filming of children in real situations, supports working with parents
  • The chapter structure offers flexible learning at a time and pace convenient to you

Chapters

INTRODUCTION

Introducing the concept of attachment.

PRE-ATTACHMENT

0-8 weeks old: In built behaviours and carers responses.

ATTACHMENT IN THE MAKING

8 weeks – 8 months: Understanding the baby, developing preferences and emotional regulation.

ATTACHMENT BEHAVIOUR

8 – 18 months: Secure/insecure attachment, stranger anxiety and object permanence.

INCREASING INDEPENDENCE

18 months onwards: Independence and exploration and what nurtures this.

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1 x DVD, Running time 45 mins, DVD Pal

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DOWNLOAD INCLUDES: 6 x MP4 SD file – Comprehensive user notes to support your training (1 x PDF download)

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With Siren’s instant online access you can rent this training film for 1 week, 3 months or a year. Our most affordable option makes this training accessible to watch on any device to train as many staff members from one setting* as you need. You will need a reasonably fast internet. You can test this by watching one of our trailers. If that works your good to go.

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