Transition to Adulthood Attachment Interview training – Distance Learning
10 May @ 9:00 am - 14 May @ 5:00 pm UTC+0€1300
Transition to Adulthood Attachment Interview (TAAI) for 21-25-year-olds
The Transition to Adulthood Attachment Interview is a procedure for assessing older adolescents’ and young adults’ strategies for identifying, preventing, and protecting the self from perceived dangers, particularly dangers tied to intimate relationships. The assessment uses a modified version of the Adult Attachment Interview (George, Kaplan, & Main, 1986, 1996).
The course offered by Dr. Crittenden is based on the Dynamic-maturational model that expands Bowlby-Ainsworth theory (Crittenden, 1995, 2000, 2002) and the DMM extension of the Main and Goldwyn coding method (Crittenden, 1999; Crittenden, 1998-present).
Dates: 5 days: May. 10-14, 2020.
Time: The course begins at 2pm on the first day and ends at 1pm on the last day. Otherwise, full days of work consisting of coding in the morning, feedback sessions (12pm-1pm), and class work in the afternoon (2pm-6pm). The time is European time (Reggio, Germany, Oslo, etc.)
Location: In your home of office by internet using Zoom.
Instructors: Patricia Crittenden, PhD and Andrea Landini, MD | Facilitator: Rebecca Carr-Hopkins, MSW
Prerequisite: Course participants must have taken Adult Attachment Interview course, but reliability is not required.
Language: English, but the TAAI assignment may be completed in other languages.
Content: This course uses the discourse analysis for the AAI, for normative and (mild) out-patient clinical applications, with a different interview (the TAAI) and modified classificatory guidelines suited to the transition to adulthood. There is a requirement to submit 2 transcribed TAAIs carried out by the course participant (1 normative and 1 mild clinical). This work must be completed to receive a certificate for attending the course and administering the TAAI (for example, for court evaluations). A didactic Advanced Clinical Course may be offered later for more serious clinical and forensic applications. A reliability test will follow that course (and not this course).
Cost: $1000 before March 15, 2020; $1300 beginning March 16, 2020.
The registration fee covers the course, plus feedback on interviewing quality of the participant’s AAIs. Enrolment is not guaranteed until payment is made. Payment must be complete before the course is begun. All payments are non-refundable. Invoicing and receipts involve extra charges.
Registration: Please contact Patricia M. Crittenden, PhD regarding registration (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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