Reactive Attachment Disorder
Friday's Progress Notes
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Vol. 2 Issue 26 - June 19, 1998
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1. Attachment and the special needs child
2. Children with incarcerated parents
3. Evaluating older, pre-adoptive foster children
4. Learning behavior skills
5. Learning disabilities
6. Building children's self-esteem
7. Children and divorce
8. Understanding attachment
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- Understanding and Treating Attachment Disorder
- In-Home Treatment of Reactive Attachment Disorder
- Assessing Suicide Risk in Children
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Motivational Interviewing: Enhancing Readiness for Change
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John L. Miller, MD
1. RAINBOW KIDS
Attachment and the Special Needs Child
Meeting the needs of institutionalized and special needs children after adoption.
PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION MONITOR
Punishment of Innocents: Children of Parents Behind Bars
Psychologists are gathering data and developing programs to develop attachment between children and their incarcerated parents.
3. PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
Evaluating Older Pre-Adoptive Foster Children
This article provides an outline for conducting a thorough and systematic psychological
assessment of older pre-adoptive foster children.
4. EMPOWERING PARENTS
Three Skills Every Child Needs for Good Behavior
Many people feel hopeless about the possibility of ever teaching their child to "magically" become the kind of well-behaved member of the family they envisioned before they had him.
This booklet describes treatment options, strategies for coping, and sources of information and support.
6. ERIC DIGEST
Building Self-Esteem in Children
Parents and other adults who are important to children play a major role in laying a solid foundation for a child's development.
7. PARENTING NEWS
Children and Divorce
Divorce is often a complex and difficult process for children. The interview provides resources for practitioners working with families going through divorce.
Attachment: A New Way of Understanding the Problems of Parents and Kids
Children who feel the most secure in their early relationships with parents have tremendous advantages in life.
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