Attachment, Neurodevelopment & Psychopathology in Ohio
24 February 2020 - 26 February 2020$390
This 3-day course covers the development, prevention, and treatment of psychological disorder. It weaves together theory, human development, assessment, case examples, and treatment applications to reframe maladpative behavior in terms of strategies for selfprotection. The course covers development from infancy to adulthood, emphasizing the process of adaptation and developmental pathways that carry risk for psychopathology. The model used, the Dynamic-Maturational Model (DMM) of Attachment and Adaptation, is relevant to individuals who are at-risk, have been exposed to danger, display disturbed
or maladaptive behavior, or are diagnosed as having a psychiatric disorder. A particular emphasis is cultural influences on attachment
Who should attend?
The course is aimed at professionals who work with troubled families or individuals, including: therapists, developmental pediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists, lawyers, social workers, teachers and nurses.
DMM Assessments of Attachment Introduction
- Infant CARE-Index (ICI from birth to 18 months)
- Ainsworth Strange Situation (SSP, 11-15 months)
- Toddler CARE-Index (TCI 16-71 months)
- Preschool Assessment of Attachment (PAA, 2-5 years)
- School-age Assessment of Attachment (SAA, 6-13 years)
- Family Drawings (4-13 years)
- Transition to Adulthood Attachment Interview (TAAI, 16-25 years)
- Adult Attachment Interview (AAI, 25+ years)
- Parents Interview
The course will meet the prerequisite requirement for taking the AAI in Miami (January 18 – 23, 2019, June 2 – 7, 2019 and November 30 – December 5, 2019).
Register Early, Space is Limited.
Cost: Early Bird Registration $390
Price increases December 2 to $425
Attendees will receive a conference syllabus, breakfast, lunch and snacks.
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- 24 February 2020
- 26 February 2020
- Course Category:
- Attachment and Psychopathology
- Course Tags:
- dmm training, Attachment Neurodevelopment & Psychopathology, Advanced attachment training, Patricia Crittenden, dmm
- Lourdes University