Course Description

Attachment plays a vital evolutionary role. It ensures brain growth, infant development, and social cognition. Attachment is a neurobiological process that prepares the child for collaborative existence with people. The goal of parent-child interaction is secure attachment. When secure attachment is not achieved forms of insecure attachment or reactive attachment disorder evolve to causally result in impairment of motor control, attention, social information processing, emotional control and intelligence. The impact of reactive attachment disorder is profound. This seminar will review new, startling empirical research, demonstrate tests for assessing attachment in infants, children and adults and review intervention programs directed toward improved parenting, child remediation and earned security in the adult.

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