First Presenter's Institution

Family Recovery of Southwest Georgia

Second Presenter's Institution

Family Recovery of Southwest Georgia

Third Presenter's Institution

NA

Fourth Presenter's Institution

NA

Fifth Presenter's Institution

NA

Location

Session 6 (Westbrook)

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Relevance

Presenter will provide.

Brief Program Description

Attachment is a vital aspect of human development. Without healthy attachment, a child will often engage in behaviors that are off-putting and difficult as they attempt to connect. This workshop will present attachment theory and attachment styles. We will discuss how these styles manifest in challenging behaviors and propose interventions that target healing attachment wounds through empathy and connection.

Summary

Attachment is a vital aspect of human development. Without healthy attachment, a child will often engage in behaviors that are off-putting and difficult as they attempt to connect. This workshop will present attachment theory and attachment styles. We will discuss how these styles manifest in challenging behaviors and propose interventions that target healing attachment wounds through empathy and connection.

Evidence

Presenter will provide.

Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

Samuel Marion LCSW is a male clinical social worker in Moultrie, GA. He is affiliated with Family Recovery of Southwest Georgia in Moultrie. He is licensed to practice by the state board in Georgia (CSW006103).

Presentation Year

2019

Start Date

3-5-2019 1:00 PM

End Date

3-5-2019 2:15 PM

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Mar 5th, 1:00 PM Mar 5th, 2:15 PM

Attachment-Seeking Behaviors: How Children Who Need Love Ask for It in Unloving Ways

Session 6 (Westbrook)

Attachment is a vital aspect of human development. Without healthy attachment, a child will often engage in behaviors that are off-putting and difficult as they attempt to connect. This workshop will present attachment theory and attachment styles. We will discuss how these styles manifest in challenging behaviors and propose interventions that target healing attachment wounds through empathy and connection.