By Chris Taylor
This e-book publications childcare execs via attachment thought and offers ideas for taking care of teenagers with attachment problems. It explains what attachment is, what varied styles of attachment appear like in young ones and teenagers, how early attachment studies impact their lives, and the way this knowing will help childcare employees to strengthen healing methods of being concerned. via figuring out those matters, childcare employees are larger built to assist and aid the bothered childrens they take care of. This ebook exhibits how you can advertise restoration via safe base studies in a healing surroundings and offers strategies and techniques to take on not easy and challenge behaviour, anger and the results of trauma in teenagers with attachment difficulties. This crucial ebook could be necessary to pros resembling residential carers, social employees and foster carers who paintings in a healing surroundings with susceptible and afflicted childrens and teens.
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Extra info for A Practical Guide to Caring for Children and Teenagers with Attachment Difficulties
However, as the child nears the end of their placement, their arousal once again will rise. 1: Arousal through the phases of placement Phase 1: Stabilization The first phase in recovery is to provide a safe haven/secure base and establish a strong therapeutic alliance based on trust. This allows the child to develop the capacity for self-protection, self-soothing and selfcare. Arousal is high, so the emphasis is on a low-arousal, containing environment in which adults set and maintain the emotional tone.
Learning outcomes for this chapter Once you have studied this chapter you should be able to: • • • • • • • • • • • act as a hopeful role model to promote change account for the transactional nature of care reflect on hidden beliefs and assumptions sustain a planned, therapeutic, environment promote positive and regulated experiences within a planned environment provide a therapeutic physical environment adjust caregiving to placement phase understand and contribute to the required organizational structures assess and manage therapeutic risk evaluate the significance of transitions and plan accordingly support a child through daily transitions.
The planned environment exists in the wider cultural background and social environment, and is constructed from four domains: • caregiver beliefs and values • the physical environment • the organizational ethos • caregiving practices. Beliefs and assumptions The developmental niche in which a child’s life unfolds is greatly influenced by the beliefs and values held by caregivers. We all have 44 The Planned Environment core beliefs about childcare, and these core beliefs generate underlying assumptions that trigger automatic thoughts about how to react to the child’s world.