Trauma-informed care in intellectual disability: a self-study guide for health and social care support staff.
By: Frankish, Pat.Shoreham by Sea : Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd, 2019Content type: text Media type: unmediated ISBN: 1912755793; 9781912755790.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | TRAUMA | SUPPORT STAFF | PSYCHOTHERAPY
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Introduction -- 1. Infant development and emotional health - the work of Donald Winnicott -- 2. Attachment and a secure base - the work of John Bowlby -- 3. Biological birth to psychological birth - the work of Margaret Mahler -- 4. Discovering the unconscious - the work of Sigmund Freud -- 5. The importance of very early development - ideas fromMelanie Klein -- 6. Trauma and its impact on relationships - the work of Wilfred Bion and David Malan -- 7. Disability issues from valerie Sinason -- 8. Observations anf interventions - using the FAIT -- References and recommended reading.
"The guide covers the main topics of trauma-informed care via the theoretical positions of key researchers who have worked in either the field of psychotherapy or disability or both. It brings together these bodies of knowledge so that support staff can identify stages of emotional development and plan interventions for the benefit of the person with intellectual disabilities." -- Publisher's website