Attachment Theory in Action Karen Doyle Buckwalter and Debbie Reed Table of Contents Prologue I.Part I: Attachment Basics 1.Overview of Attachment Theory and Clinical Applications - Karen Doyle Buckwalter 2.Chaddock's Journey to Discover What Works: Developmental Trauma and Attachment Program (DTAP) Treatment Model - Karen Doyle Buckwalter, Michelle Robison, Marcia Ryan, Angel Knoverek 3.Attachment-Focused Treatment and the Brain: A Neuroscience Perspective - Jonathan Baylin II.Part II: Attachment-Based Clinical Models 4.Infant/Child-Parent Psychotherapy: A Model of "Being With" Young Children and Their Families in Trouble -Michael Trout 5.Embedded Relational Mindfulness (ERM) in Child and Adolescent Treatment: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Perspective - Pat Ogden and Bonnie Goldstein 6.Delight In Me: Repair of Developmental Trauma and the Birth of the Self - Kenny E. Miller 7. Theraplay: Creating Felt Safety, Emotional Connection and Social Joy in Relationships - Sandra Lindaman, Phyllis Booth, Gloria Cockerill 8.Group Theraplay - Evangeline Munns 9.Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy - Dafna Lender, Vivien Norris 10.Slowing Down The Dance: Use of Video Intervention Therapy with Parents and Children - Karen Doyle Buckwalter, George Downing 11.Trust-Based Relational Intervention - Karyn Purvis, Amanda Hiles-Howard, Casey Call 12.Using an EMDR Integrative Model to Treat Attachment Based Difficulties in Children - Debra Wesselmann, Stephanie Armstrong, Cathy Schweitzer 13.Family Attachment Narrative Therapy - Todd Nichols, Melissa Nichols, Denise Lacher III.Part III: Keeping it Real 14.The Voice of the Adoptee i.Introduction - Karen Doyle Buckwalter ii.Reflections of an Adult Adoptee - Faith Friedlander iii.Releasing - Melanie Chung-Sherman 15.A Parent's Note to Therapists: What We Really Want You to Know - Lori Thomas 16.Incorporating Attachment-Based Models Within Organizations - Debbie Reed Appendix: Additional Resources
Debbie Reed is President/CEO of Chaddock, a multi-service agency providing a full continuum of community-based, educational, and residential treatment services for children, birth to 21 and their families. While at Chaddock, Debbie has championed the development of several programs and services specifically designed to meet the needs of children and their families struggling with trauma and attachment disorders. Karen Doyle Buckwalter, LCSW, has over twenty-five years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families. She is Director of Program Strategy at Chaddock, where she has been instrumental in the development of an innovative residential program for adolescents, ages 8 to 16, with attachment disorders and complex trauma.