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By Sue Jennings

Neuro-Dramatic-Play and fit Attachments breaks new floor within the parts of attachment and baby improvement. in response to sound adventure and remark, Sue Jennings consolidates present theories of attachment and healing intervention; expands the customarily slim view of what's understood by means of attachment; demanding situations the psychoanalytic rules of kid improvement and attachment and makes a powerful case for early years adoption of arts and play cures. the writer has constructed the recent notion of neuro-dramatic-play that emerges within the moment 1/2 being pregnant and the 1st few months after delivery. She explains how an figuring out of this mother-child interplay, that's primarily 'dramatic' in nature, is important for constructing a fit mind, powerful attachments and destiny resilience. This obtainable textual content will curiosity all therapists and practitioners who paintings with young children, together with baby psychotherapists, social staff, paediatric nurses, paediatricians, baby psychiatrists and scholars of play remedy and all arts treatments.

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Stagnation Ego integrity vs. despair 3 to 6 years 6 to 12 years 12 to 18 years 19 to 40 years 40 to 65 years 65 to death 5. Young Adulthood 7. Middle Adulthood 8. Maturity 4. Latency 3. Locomotor Intimacy vs. isolation Autonomy vs. shame/doubt 2. MuscularAnal 18 months to 3 years Basic conflict Trust vs. mistrust Ages Birth to 12– 18 months 1. 1: Eight stages of psychosocial development (Erikson 1968) A sense of fulfilment and peace with others, or despair Adults find ways to support the next generation or may feel alienated The young adult develops close relationships or feels isolated Teenager develops sense and identity, for example in gender role, politics and so on, or becomes confused Child deals with demands to learn new skills or risk sense of inferiority/failure Development of assertion and initiative, but possible guilt feelings Development of physical skills and coordination.

Empathy is also linked to the developing of a conscience. Our moral sense and our values are linked to how we should treat other people. Empathy is the ability to stand in someone else’s shoes and understand how they feel. We cannot empathise unless we can ‘take on the role of the other’ (Mead 1934) (see the Introduction for further elaboration of Mead’s ideas). NDP: D efinition and Theories╇ /╇ 37 Dramatic play and role play promote the capacity to step out of my own reality and enter someone else’s.

It is suggested by many (for example Sunderland 2004), that we are pre-programmed to attach and lack or loss of attachment can trigger these emotional responses from our primitive brain, the amygdala. 52╇ \╇ Healthy Attachments and Neuro-Dramatic-Play Attachment and mourning We know that early traumatic life experiences suffered by some children seriously impair their ability to form positive reciprocal relationships. Children who have been neglected, abandoned or physically or sexually abused will have difficulties in their emotional and social well-being unless there is appropriate intervention or a significant lifechanging event.

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