Attachment in Intellectual and Developmental Disability: A Clinician’s Guide to Practice and Research is the first book to explore the clinical difficulties associated with attachment relationships in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
• Draws together knowledge from disparate sources in a definitive new resource for clinicians working in this area
• A growing body of evidence-based approaches in this area are underpinned by attachment theory, including direct intervention and the use of attachment theory to understand interactions and relationships
• Presents and integrates cutting-edge models and approaches that have previously been available only to specialists
• Written by mainstream practitioners who are active in clinical work and research; focused on real-world applications, with illustrative case examples throughout