OF THE APSAC / APA Division 37 TASK FORCE ON ATTACHMENT THERAPY , REACTIVE ATTACHMENT DISORDER AND ATTACHMENT PROBLEMS

@inproceedings{Chaffin2007OFTA,
  title={OF THE APSAC / APA Division 37 TASK FORCE ON ATTACHMENT THERAPY , REACTIVE ATTACHMENT DISORDER AND ATTACHMENT PROBLEMS},
  author={Mark Chaffin and Lucy Berliner},
  year={2007}
}
REPORT OF THE APSAC/APA Division 37 TASK FORCE ON ATTACHMENT THERAPY, REACTIVE ATTACHMENT DISORDER AND ATTACHMENT PROBLEMS Mark Chaffin University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Center on Child Abuse and Neglect Rochelle Hanson, Ben Saunders Medical University of South Carolina, Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center Todd Nichols Family Attachment Counseling Center, Deephaven, Minnesotta Doug Barnett Wayne State University Charles Zeanah Tulane University School of Medicine Lucy… 

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