Dan Hughes, Clinical Psychologist, from U.S.A., is the originator of dyadic developmental psychotherapy (DDP) and also attachment-focused family therapy. He is an internationally acclaimed therapist and author of ground-breaking books on attachment and emotional recovery.
Richard Ingram, a lecturer in Social Work at the University of Dundee, is completing a PhD on "Emotions in Social Work Practice". He has recently published a paper in the British Journal of Social Work looking at the role of emotional intelligence in social work. Iriss's Ian Watson talked to Richard, via Skype, about his research and its implications for social work practice.
Edwina Grant, an independent psychologist and Chair of Scottish Attachment in Action, introduces a meeting of SAIA with a discussion of the importance of physical and emotional safety and 'the dance of attunement'.
Recorded at Scottish Attachment in Action network seminar, why attachment matters for all.
Mary McKenna (independent social work consultant) examines key aspects of managing contact, looking after a child's needs, the purpose of contact, assessing key relationships and the legal context.
Recorded at the Scottish Attachment in Action network seminar, why attachment matters for all.
Preventing and Responding To Emotional Abuse - What Works. Jane Barlow, Professor, University of Warwick.
Recorded Scottish Child Care and Protection Network,Contemporary issues in child protection seminar.
This Insight focuses on the long-term emotional and psychological needs of stroke survivors and their carers.