Assessing attachment for family court decision making

@article{Crittenden2013AssessingAF,
  title={Assessing attachment for family court decision making},
  author={P. Crittenden and Steve Farnfield and Andrea Landini and B. Grey},
  journal={The Journal of Forensic Practice},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={237-248}
}
  • P. Crittenden, Steve Farnfield, +1 author B. Grey
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • The Journal of Forensic Practice
  • Purpose – Attachment has long been considered relevant to child care proceedings. However, compared to other forms of evidence, it has been limited by the lack of consistent methods of assessment, training of experts, and empirical evidence. To reduce these limitations, The International Association for the Study of Attachment (IASA) has developed a Family Attachment Court Protocol for assessment and formulation of attachment issues. The purpose of the Protocol is to act as a guide to good… CONTINUE READING
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