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A taste of attachment Dr Jenny Suthers Clinical Psychologist Golden Grove, SA. Attachment is about relationships. Babies aren’t born attached. Parents influence their child’s attachment. Securely attached children, view: the world as safe adults as consistent and reliable

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A taste of attachment

Dr Jenny Suthers

Clinical Psychologist

Golden Grove, SA

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Securely attached children, view:

  • the world as safe
  • adults as consistent and reliable
  • themselves as lovable
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Insecurely attached children, view:

  • the world as unsafe
  • adults as inconsistent and unreliable
  • themselves as unlovable
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Problems

with the top

of the Circle

  • Carer clings tight  world is not safe, child is not capable
  • “Let me do it for you – let me speak for you”
  • “I’m the only one who understands you”
  • “I will organise everything and you just come along”
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Problems

with the bottom of the Circle

  • Carer dismisses child’s need for comfort carer isn’t safe, child must rely on themselves
  • “Don’t bother me now, I’m busy”
  • “You need to learn this for yourself”
  • “Suck it up, princess”
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Working with children,

with an attachment mindset,

is an attitude, not a technique

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Children with ASD

have the same attachment styles

as the rest of the population

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What did you see?

What effect would this have on the child,

day after day?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Btg9PiT0sZg

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Deal with

your own stuff

Remain calm

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Mirror neurones in action

can look like this

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Pay attention to your child

and listen to what they tell you

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Attachment is about relationships

Attachment impacts

on every future relationship

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I will use my words and my actions to tell you:

  • when you need me, I will be there for you
  • nothing will take priority over you
  • I will remove any threat from you
  • if I can’t remove the threat, I will face it with you
  • differences, misunderstandings, or conflicts will never threaten our relationship
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Today’s presentation is based, in part, on the work of:

Dan Hughes

Dan Siegel

Kent Hoffman (Circle of Security)

Bruce Perry

Arthur Becker-Weidman

Some Resources

Colby Pearce: “A Short Introduction to Attachment and Attachment Disorder”

For teachers working with foster children:

“Calmer Classrooms” from the Commission for Children and Young People (Victoria)

Go to www.ccyp.vi.gov.au and type Calmer Classrooms into the search box

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Budweiser Clydesdales – 2013 Super Bowl

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTbLBL2P6YA