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Nurturing Natures: Attachment and Children's Emotional, Sociocultural and Brain Development
This book provides an indispensable account of current understandings of children’s emotional development. Integrating the latest research findings from areas such as attachment theory, neuroscienceExpand
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Top down and bottom up: trauma, executive functioning, emotional regulation, the brain and child psychotherapy
This paper attempts to integrate psychoanalytic thinking with understandings about executive functions as well as with recent neurobiological research. A clinical case is described in detail toExpand
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Neglecting neglect: some thoughts about children who have lacked good input, and are ‘undrawn’ and ‘unenjoyed’
This paper looks at emotional neglect in the early years of life, and postulates some probable long-term sequelae of such neglect. It argues that there is a continuum of neglect; ranging from theExpand
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Nurturing Children: From Trauma to Growth Using Attachment Theory, Psychoanalysis and Neurobiology
Nurturing Children describes children’s lives transformed through therapy. Drawing on decades of experience, internationally respected clinician and trainer Graham Music tackles major issuesExpand
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The Good Life: Wellbeing and the new science of altruism, selfishness and immorality
Are we born selfish or primed to help others? Does stress make people more antisocial? Can we ever be genuinely altruistic? This book explores some of the dilemmas at the heart of beingExpand
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From scapegoating to thinking and finding a home: delivering therapeutic work in schools
Abstract This paper discusses how the child psychotherapist's core skills can be usefully applied in a school setting. It outlines some of the important policy changes that have necessitated a moveExpand
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LEARNING OUR LESSONS: SOME ISSUES ARISING FROM DELIVERING MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN SCHOOL SETTINGS
This paper describes some of the complexity of providing Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) input into school settings. Some reference is made to previous writing aboutExpand
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The buzz trap: Speeded-up lives, distractedness, impulsiveness and decreasing empathy
This paper examines a set of traits and bodily reactions that are often seen in people who suffer stress and anxiety. These include speeded-up metabolisms and less ability to concentrate, regulateExpand
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Containing not blaming
The article presents a reprint of the article "Children and Young People," by Graham Music, which appeared in the June 2009 issue of 'Counselling Children and Young People'. The article was based onExpand
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