Parenting the Hurt Child/Attachment 101

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Parenting the Hurt Child/ Attachment 101


Parenting children who were adopted from traumatic backgrounds can be challenging. In this course, Dr. Gregory Keck, author of Parenting the Hurt Child and renowned expert in attachment and bonding, discusses warning signs of attachment issues and RAD, how to cope with challenging behaviors, and what parents can do to help their adopted children attach and heal.

+ Highlights of the show (click to expand)

  • Signs that indicate possible attachment issues in adopted children.
  • What is normal development vs. an attachment issue?
  • When should parents be concerned about attachment?
  • Techniques that can help re-create the attachment cycle.
  • How to find a therapist that specializes in attachment issues?

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13/02/2008 | by Radio Show | Categories: 2008 Shows, Adoption, Adoption Radio Shows, Fostering, Fostering Radio Shows, Radio Show | 1 Comments

One Response to Parenting the Hurt Child/Attachment 101

  1. Avatar Linda Rosa says:

    Keck’s books recommend coercive restraint as therapy (“Holding Therapy”). This unvalidated practice is considered professionally unethical.

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