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- Publisher: Tantor Media Inc; Unabridged edition (15 June 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1515966933
- ISBN-13: 978-1515966937
- Product Dimensions:: 13.5 x 1.5 x 18.8 cm
- Shipping Weight: 113 g
- Customer reviews: 1 customer rating
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Building the Bonds of Attachment: Awakening Love in Deeply Traumatized Children Audio CD – MP3 Audio, Unabridged, Audiobook, 15 June 2017
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30 September 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
5 people found this helpful.
If you have adopted a child, or are considering adoption or fostering, this is a MUST read. Or, if your child had any sort of trauma that may have interrupted the attachment process in the early years of their life, this deserves a read. Also read Attachment Based Parenting by Hughes. Real eye-openers. Changed everything for us.
Deborah A. Waldman
Hughes presents a painfully accurate portrait of what RAD looks like in everyday life
3 February 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
7 people found this helpful.
This extremely valuable book serves as a superb introduction to the seemingly incurable problems of recognizing and treating developmental trauma and reactive attachment disorder (RAD) in children. Written in the style of a novel, Dr. Hughes presents a painfully accurate portrait of what RAD looks like in everyday life, as both parents and therapists struggle to cope with the baffling behaviors of an intellectually precocious child suffering from RAD. Building the Bonds... describes RAD in clear language and with a compelling story line. Real-life parents and therapists unfamiliar with RAD, will readily recognize Hughes' description of their own exasperation as they attempt to handle the confusion and conflicts they experience with such children. Daniel Hughes is the preeminent authority on RAD, and this book helped me begin to understand the extremely complicated guidelines involved in treating RAD children.
25 October 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
We just brought home a tee wager from Eastern Europe. He is showing signs of past abuse although we do not know his complete story. To implement these things suggested, we would have to be far past the language barrier that we currently face. However, to know what may be happening in his kind has helped me to think outside the box on how to handle some of these meltdowns that we experience with him. As he is too old to hold down well, it will be difficult to experience the holding aspect of this therapy. For a child Katie's age, I can see why this is so effective! Traumatic pasts are difficult to overcome at any age and therapy has to be tweaked for that child, that history, and that age group. Whatever "that" may be. Definitely a good read to gain an insight to what trauma (abuse and neglect) does to the mind of a child and how to intervene.
Susan the Grouch
For those who want to help abused kids ot understand themselves
30 June 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
As a survivor of very early, life threatening abuse, I have read many theoretical descriptions about attachment issues. This book is on how to undo the damage if one is a foster or adoptive parent. Has hands on, real time activities and management techniques. Very surprising to learn how secure attachment can be developed after early child abuse. I am sort of emotionally reeling from discovering these ways of human interaction that have always been secrets to me.
No other book explains it so well. A "must have" tool for adoptive parents
26 September 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
11 people found this helpful.
My adopted daughter has been with me for 3 years. Prior to that I worked with foster children for over 20 years in various capacities. I thought I was well prepared for the role of foster mother. NOT! I've struggled for the past 3 years trying to make progress with her behaviors and our attachment. I've ready many books, but nothing helped like this one. This book helped me in a myriad of ways. It taught me how to talk to my daughter to help her understand why she is angry and how her abuse and neglect affected her. It taught me about what she went through to help me understand why she does what she does. This book takes you through the abuse one little girl suffers through her eyes and soul. It shows what happened to her psyche during that time and while in foster care placement with parents with no training. And then how a properly trained foster parent could interact with her to help her learn to let down her barriers slowly and carefully and learn to love again. Outstanding book! I will buy every book by Daniel Hughes and carry it with me for a long time to come. In just two months, I've made real lasting changes with my baby girl.