Attachment and Early Developmental Disorders
Bindung und fruehe Stoerungen der Entwicklung
by Karl Heinz Brisch
Publisher: Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart
Early developmental disorders may begin during pregnancy or in early infancy. They may have a critical effect on the development of the child, later manifesting as emotional and psychosomatic illnesses well into adulthood. Such disorders include those on the autistic spectrum, early anxiety and fear, depressive symptoms, and cognitive development difficulties with memory disorders. They are also associated with a decreased tolerance for stress, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD), and immune deficiency disorders. Here you will learn how early disorders develop and what preventive and psychotherapeutic modalities are available.
Read Dr. Suzi Tortora's Chapter starting on pg 72
Trauma, Stress and Postpartum Depression
Video-analysis and treatment of a parent-infant attachment relationship.
1st edition 2010, hardback with dust jacket, 333 pages
ISBN: 978-3-608-94666-6 (only available in German language)