Building the Bonds of Attachment with Adopted Children
Attachment is vital to emotional development. What can adoptive parents do to build the bonds of attachment with their adopted children? Join guest Dr. Dan Hughes, a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of children with attachment issues. He is the author of five books including Building the Bonds of Attachment and Attachment-Focused Parenting.
- How much of an issue is attachment in different types of adoption (domestic, international, older child, etc.)?
- How does the inter-uterine environment affect a child?
- How does fetal alcohol syndrome affect attachment?
- Tips on building attachment with young children
- How can parents transition an adopted child to a daycare program without ruining attachment bonds?
- How can parents help their children work through attachment issues?
- How important is it for parents to make sure they are taking care of themselves?
- What can parents do when they feel like they do not love their adopted child as much as their biological child?
- How long is normal before parents feel attached to their children?
- Why do some children have an easy attachment process and other children have a difficult attachment process?
- Attachment issues in biological children.
- Unevenness in attachment
- Can attachment issues appear later in life?
- How can parents find a good attachment councilor for their children?
- Attachment issues with trans-racial adoptions