Surviving the Early Years: The Importance of Early Intervention with Babies at Risk

1st Edition

Stella Acquarone

Routledge
Published June 30, 2016
Reference - 320 Pages
ISBN 9781782202783 - CAT# K377592
Series: The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy Series

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Table of Contents

Foreword -- Introduction -- Thoughts in Search of a Thinker -- The emotional dialogue: womb to walking -- Sharing joyful friendship and imagination for meaning with infants, and their application in early intervention -- “Happy birthdeath to me”: surviving death wishes in early infancy -- Reaching the Vulnerable at Risk from “External” Circumstances -- Creating a safe space: psychotherapeutic support for refugee parents and babies -- Interventions with mothers and babies in prisons: collision of internal and external worlds -- Talking to, and being with, babies: the importance of relationship in the neonatal intensive care unit -- “Toward the baby”: first steps in supporting parents in early encounters with their infants. A reflection from Poland -- Adoption and fostering: facilitating healthy new attachments between infant and adoptive parent -- In a strange country without a map: special needs babies -- Vulnerable Groups Coming from “Internal” Fragile Circumstances -- Early recognition of autism -- The power of the relationship to awaken positive emotional potential -- Early paediatric intervention: to see or not to see, to be or not to be—with others -- Working in a National Health Service setting with toddlers at risk of autistic spectrum disorder -- Conclusion

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