Psycho-Babble Psychology | about psychological treatments | Framed
This thread | Show all | Post follow-up | Start new thread | List of forums | Search | FAQ

Re: Our Right Hemispheres terrics

Posted by Pfinstegg on February 8, 2004, at 11:54:04

In reply to Re: Our Right Hemispheres, posted by terrics on February 8, 2004, at 11:33:48

Yes I have. I think there are supposed to be several attachment styles- secure, two forms of insecure, and the worst category- completely unattached. But I think people- or infants- are supposed tomove back and forth between these various attachment styles, depending on how safe the moment appears to be. In Shore's book, he mentions the "attachment literature" quite a bit, and integrates that with how the therapist and patient gradually move from one of the insecure or unattached styles to the "earned secure attachment". He feels that mutual gaze is an essential part of doing this. And one of the really hopeful things- the right pre-frontal orbital cortex which he feels is central to the development of secure attachment is thought to remain "plastic" thtoughout life, and thus capable of becoming normal. Some good news for all of us having such a struggle with this!





Post a new follow-up

Your message only Include above post

Notify the administrators

They will then review this post with the posting guidelines in mind.

To contact them about something other than this post, please use this form instead.


Start a new thread

Google www
Search options and examples
[amazon] for

This thread | Show all | Post follow-up | Start new thread | FAQ
Psycho-Babble Psychology | Framed

poster:Pfinstegg thread:310812