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About the authors AcknowledgmentsIntroduction: The rhythm of life - cycles and changes 1. Birth and infancy 2. Toddlerhood and the beginnings of awareness and intention 3. Preschool: talking and negotiating 4. Four to five years olds: confidence, competence, and other kids 5. Going to school 6. The school years: learning, belonging, and identity 7. Growing and healing: DMM-FST integrative treatment Appendix 1: Assessments of attachment Appendix 2: Published DDM case studies Appendix 3: Published DDM comparative studies References Index
Patricia McKinsey Crittenden is a developmental psychopathologist who worked with Mary Ainsworth at the University of Virginia to develop the Dynamic-Maturational Model (DMM) of attachment and adaptation. She pioneered video-feedback with maltreating mothers in the early 1970s, ran a family support centre, trained as a behavioural and family systems therapist, was the Director of the Miami Child Protection Team, and consulted to family courts in several countries. She has developed a life-span series of assessments of attachment. In 2004, she was given a Career Achievement Award by the European Family Therapy Association. She has published more than 100 empirical papers and chapters, as well as several books, and is the founding Chair of The International Association for the Study of Attachment. Rudi Dallos is professor and research director on the clinical psychology training programme at Plymouth University. He works as a family therapist utilising an attachment narrative therapy approach which he has developed. He has published research papers on family dynamics and attachment patterns and his recent book publications include: Attachment Narrative Therapy (Open University Press, 2006), An Introduction to Family Therapy, Third Edition (OpenUP, 2010) and Reflective Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling (OpenUP, 2009). Andrea Landini is a child and adolescent psychiatrist. For two decades, he collaborated with Patricia Crittenden in the development of the Dynamic-Maturational Model. He teaches the DMM and its assessment methods internationally, has published many articles and edited volumes on the DMM. He is on the faculty of several Italian schools of cognitive and family systems psychotherapy. Kasia Kozlowska is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at The Children's Hospital in Sydney, Australia, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Paediatrics and Child Health, and Clinician Researcher at the Brain Dynamics Centre, all in the University of Sydney Medical School. She has published numerous papers, particularly on the topics of mind-body interactions, treatment of children with somatic symptoms, multimodal approaches for complex presentations, and the integration of DMM and systems thinking into clinical practice.