Holding Therapy

Some articles on therapy, holding therapy, holding:

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy - Controversy
... It is also suggested that the therapy appears to use age regression techniques to bring about such recapitulation - a feature of attachment therapy not congruent with attachment theory ... as to whether Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy is in fact an attachment therapy ... report on Attachment disorder, Reactive attachment disorder and Attachment therapy, published in 2006, places Hughes and Becker-Weidman within the attachment ...
Attachment Therapy - Prevalence
... Attachment therapy prospered during the 1980s and '90s as a consequence of both the influx of older adopted orphans from Eastern European and third world countries and the inclusion of reactive attachment disorder ... for professionals and families associated with attachment therapy, has also issued statements against coercive practices ... successful criminal prosecutions and imprisonment of therapists and parents using attachment therapy techniques ...
Child Of Rage - Synopsis
... It is at this point that Doris suggests a controversial treatment method for Catherine holding therapy, which is practiced by the book's author, Dr ... During their first holding therapy session (which involves Rob, Jill and Dr ... Myers holding Catherine down while Dr ...
Attachment Therapy - Claims
... According to the APSAC Task Force, proponents of attachment therapy commonly assert that their therapies alone are effective for attachment-disordered children ... or the only evidence-based therapy, when the Task Force found no credible evidence base for any such therapy so advertised ... Two approaches on which published studies have been undertaken are holding therapy and dyadic developmental psychotherapy ...

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