This book describes the development of the Child-Centred Attachment
Therapy (CcAT) model of working with children with attachment
difficulties. The authors describe, in a vivid and accessible
manner, the complexities involved in supporting parents in their
struggles to respond positively to the needs of children who have
been traumatised by their early experiences. After many years of
working with a number of families with children who act out their
hurt through difficult behaviours, the authors offer their insights
to help both parents and professionals to understand and deal more
effectively with such behaviours. The CcAT therapists give an
impressive account of their belief in a therapeutic approach that
focuses on attachment and protection as prerequisites for promoting
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