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The transmission of trauma from one generation to the next is an issue that motivates many clinicians to address trauma in their adult clients. Few approaches directly address the impact of childhood maltreatment on current parenting. This workshop…

Various forms of adverse childhood experiences have been found to be risk factors for the development of PTSD in children, for example, domestic violence and life threatening illness. Effective child and adolescent trauma treatment is of great value…

The theory of attachment underlines how traumatic experiences from the parent's past—when stored in a dysfunctional way—can be reactivated in the parent caregiving system, emerging from an internal working model (IWM) of attachment that holds the…

Attachment research has investigated the role of parents’ attachment representation on the quality of attachment developed by their children (George, Kaplan e Main, 1984/1985/1996; van Ijzerdoorn, 1995). Past research on children has shown that there…

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Parents' earliest experiences in childhood directly impact their attachment relationship with their own children. The presenter will identify specific negative cognitions which directly impede parent's interaction with their children. Participants…
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