Mentalization in the Family: A Guide for Professionals and Parents

1st Edition

Janne Øestergaard Hagelquist, Heino Rasmussen

Routledge
June 1, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 272 Pages - 143 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367221027 - CAT# K421302

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Summary

Mentalization in the Family draws upon the latest research on child development, parenting and mentalization theory to provide a comprehensive guidebook for parents, teachers, social workers and any professional working with families today.

The book explains the core concepts of mentalization, an idea whereby an appreciation of internal mental states, both of others and oneself, can lead to an understanding of overt behaviour. It explores key ideas central to this - such as attachment style, internal regulation, emotional compass and parental navigation – but also offers practical guidance around issues such as play, siblings, boundaries and sexuality.

Accessibly written throughout and featuring pedagogical tools that bring the theory into life, this wide-ranging book will be essential reading both for a range of professionals, from those working with foster families to teachers working with troubled or disruptive children. It also offers a way for parents to better understand themselves, their own parenting style, and the dynamics which make up family life.

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