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Reassessing Attachment Theory in Child Welfare

By Sue White, Matthew Gibson, David Wastell, Patricia Walsh

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Reassessing Attachment Theory in Child Welfare explores controversies related to increasing diagnoses of 'attachment disorder' in child welfare assessments and arguments both for and against the use of attachment specific therapies for children in care. The author calls for a new pedagogy of relational child welfare and considers the relevance of attachment theory to transnational and migrant families, refugees fleeing conflict, adoptive and surrogate children in diverse families as well as taking into account the increased number of families that are in poverty after the global financial crisis.

Product code: 9781447336921

ISBN 9781447336921
Publisher Bristol University Press
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H234xW156
No. Of Pages 152
This book offers an analysis of the limitations of child attachment theory as the basis for decision-making in child welfare practice, examining controversies and offering a new pedagogy that is responsive to the changing dynamics of contemporary families.