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Attachment and Interaction
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1. John Bowlby. 2. Attachment Theory. 3. Empirical Research and Clinical Observations Intersecting Points. 4. The Evolution of Attachment Theory. 5. On Representational Models. 6. Semi-Structured Interviews to Assess Representations of Attachment Relationships and Related Issues. 7. Dysfunctional Parenting. 8. Meetings and divergences. 9. On Transference Background Aspects. Mario Marrone and Nicola Diamond. 10. Ghosts on the Couch. 11. Application of Attachment Theory to Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. 12. On Iatrogenia. 13. Attachment Theory and Group Psychotherapy. 14. Psychotherapeutic Resources in General Psychiatry. 15. Towards an attachment informed approach to intermodal psychotherapy. 16. Appendix: On Bowlby's Legacy Further Explorations. Nicola Diamond. References. Index.

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An accessible introduction to the history and evolution of attachment theory and the key thinkers in the field

About the Author

Formerly a NHS psychiatrist, Dr Marrone has a private practice in psychotherapy in London. He is also co-founder and Chairman of the International Attachment Network as well as co-founder of the Journal Attachment and Human Development'. Dr Marrone received regular clinical supervision from the founder of attachment theory John Bowlby over a period of ten years, from 1980 until shortly before Bowlby's death in 1990. He also trained at the Institute of Psychonalysis (London) and the Institute of Group Analysis. He has lectured internationally on attachment theory and related subjects.

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"A genuine opportunity to catch up with major developments.... A helpful introduction to this complex area of work." ("British Journal of Psychotherapy",
2008)

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