Foundations for Attachment adeptly explores both the inner lives of these children, and provides resources for the challenges of parenting. Certain to be welcomed by practitioners, its accessible style will enlighten attachment-focused parents too.
In six sessions, knowledge about trauma, attachment and neurobiology is made easy to understand through practice-based exercises and handouts. This resource is highly recommended.
Kim Golding has eloquently distilled the essential elements of attuned parenting for children with histories of maltreatment for both facilitator and participant alike, strengthened by a body of evidence from well-thought-out pilot work.
The group programme developed by Kim Golding offers parents and carers a bridge between learning the principles of attachment and how such attachment is experienced. A wonderful resource.