A matter of security is an invigoration collection of essays in which attachment theory is used as a framework to explore a variety of issues in forensic psychiatry the variety of content and methodologies makes a matter of security an invaluable resource for anybody working in or thinking about forensic psychiatry. As a psychodynamic theory of both normal development and psychopathology attachment theory has particular utility for forensic psychiatry a matter of security provides an attachment theory based account of the development of arousal and affect regulation which offers a new way of thinking about mental disorders in offenders. This book summarizes the body of original work on attachment theory and applies this to forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy there are four sections the first dealing with theoretical issues and offering a good review of the developmental routes of violence. A matter of security the application of attachment theory to forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy friedemann pffflin gwen adshead jessica kingsley publishers 2003 psychology 280 pages. A matter of security the application of attachment theory to forensic psychiatry and psychotherapy by jessica kingsley publishers paperback 2003 be the first to write a review about this product
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