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Thu 29th June 13.45 - 15.15

First symposium session: parallel symposia

 

Symposia 1.1 Attachment Disorders with School-Age Children: Questions of Definition, Assessment, and Treatment
Make a Diagnosis of Attachment Disorder - But Not Always, and Don’t Stop There

Attachment Disorder in School Age and Adolescence following Early Family Adversity

(Mis-) Specifying Attachment Disorders: Changing Our Conceptualization to Improve Clinical Practice

Symposia 1.2 Re-visiting the effect of early networks of infant attachments to mother and father on later developmental outcomes: An unsettled issue

Symposia 1.3 Attachment as a psychoanalytic paradigm and its clinical applications

Symposia 1.4 Mentalizing the Body: The Role Parental Embodied Mentalizing Plays in the Formation of Secure Attachments and Parent-Infant Psychotherapy Outcomes

Mentalizing in Motion: Parental Embodied Mentalizing and Children’s Socio-emotional and Cognitive Development

Parental Embodied Mentalizing and its Relation with Mind-Mindedness, Sensitivity, and Attachment Security

A New Shift? Explicit and Implicit Mentalizing in Parent-Infant Psychotherapy: A Mixed Methods Design

Symposia 1.5 Interview approaches to attachment style and disorder in childhood, adolescence and early adulthood
Preliminary findings of a new interview for primary school age children – the child Attachment Style Interview

Assessing Adolescent Attachment Style in Residential Care
Attachment Style and alexithymia as predictors of self-harm in young adults: A pilot study

Attachment style in two generations – stability, transmission and relationship to psychological disorder