Attachment Tales Resolved

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 3, 2010 - Family & Relationships
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This small book has attempted to put together some of the stories and scientific evidence Dr. Beischel uses as a lecturer and teacher. These stories have been created by Dr. Beischel from his vast experience as a parent and psychologist and none of them are factual, but will appear to be, as any good story must.Many parents, teachers and therapists get very frustrated working with insecurely attached individuals. This book has been written to fill the gap of information on the insecurely child and adult from a researched based and practical point of view.
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
The Story of the Boy and the Crow
9
The Birth of a Giraffe
11
The Peanut Butter Boy
14
Burn Baby Burn
16
Run for Your Life
18
A Death Row Tale
20
Classroom Backstabbing
22
A Fantasy from the Wild Wild West
41
The Orphan Card
45
How Many Babies?
47
The Dorky Shoes Boy
50
Playing with Mud
52
The Tree Monitor
54
You Love Me Dont You Mom?
57
Jailhouse Conversion
59

Confusion in the Kitchen
24
The First Supper
26
Disneyland Here We Come
28
The Paper Clip and Fire
31
Jelly Jelly All Over the Wall
34
The TV Thief
36
The Cell Phone Caper
39
Anger and the Tapedin Boy
63
Runaway Horses
65
Do the Dishes I Said So
68
Survival on the African Plains
71
The Cinderella Tale
75
References
79
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About the author (2010)

Dr. Beischel is from a large Midwest family, the eighth of nine children. He holds a doctorate in psychology from Indiana University, studying on a fellowship at the Institute of Child Study in Bloomington. He also holds a Master's degree in School Counseling and undergraduate degrees in philosophy and theology.He has a varied employment history as a high school teacher and counselor, Nebraska State Penitentiary psychologist, psychiatric hospital psychologist, and private practice psychologist specializing in neglect and abuse with children and adults. With all of this Dr. Beischel believes that his best education on attachment came from being a foster and adoptive parent.For the past ten years Dr. Beischel has gone back to the classroom at Peru Stat College where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in psychology and education. He still sees a few patients from the past when they need him.

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