A comprehensive treatment approach for the repair of attachment disturbances in clinical settings.
Attachment Disturbances in Adults offers an innovative clinical approach to the repair of dismissing, preoccupied, and disorganized attachment in adults. With rich detail, it translates twenty years of leadingedge attachment research into practical, effective treatment protocols for each type of insecure attachment. Case transcripts illustrate how to apply the methods in practice
About the Authors:
Daniel Brown, PhD, is Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School, and Adjunct Professor at Simmons School of Social Work, and Director of The Center for Integrative Psychotherapy, Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has written three books on hypnotherapy, Hypnotherapy and Hypnoanalysis, Hypnosis and Behavioral Medicine, and Creative Mastery in Hypnosis and Hypnoanalysis, and two books on human development, Human Feelings and Transformations of Consciousness. As an expert on trauma, memory, and suggestibility, he has testified in numerous cases involving alleged psychological damages associated with posttraumatic stress and in malpractice cases involving alleged implanted false memories.
David S. Elliott, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and former president of the Rhode Island Psychological Association. He is on the faculty of the International School for Psychotherapy, Counseling, and Group Leadership, in St Petersburg, Russia, and teaches internationally on attachment, personality, and psychotherapy process.