Attachment and Family Systems: Family Process

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Beatrice Wood
Wiley, Oct 22, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 276 pages
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This volume provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary and multinational view of attachment theory as it applies to family systems, and family systems theory as it extends attachment theory.

  • Explores if and how attachment theory can be truly systemic, and what a systemic attachment theory would entail

  • Addresses potential clinical implications and applications of attachment and family systems theories

  • Raises cultural challenges to integrative theoretical development

  • Challenges developmental and family systems scientists and practitioners to begin an active exchange

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Attachment and Family Systems - Book Information
The Network Perspective: An Integration of Attachment and Family Systems Theories: Kasia Kozlowska (The Children's Hospital at Westmead) and Lesley Hanney ...
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Blackwell Synergy - Family Process, Volume 41 Issue 3 Page 284-284 ...
The monograph also addresses potential clinical implications and applications of attachment and family systems theories, and raises cultural challenges to ...
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The Family Journal
gration of attachment and family systems theories. Family Process, 41,. 285-312. Lawson, dm, & Brossart, df (2001). Intergenerational transmission: ...
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About the author (2002)

Beatrice L. Wood, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, SUNY at Buffalo, and President of the Board of Directors for the journal Family Process. Her research focuses on family relational processes as they relate to child disorder and well being.

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