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7%OFFSmolen , Ann G. - Mothering without a Home: Attachment Representations and Behaviors of Homeless Mothers and Children (The Vulnerable Child: Studies in Social Issues and Child Psychoanalysis) - 9781442250840 - V9781442250840
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Mothering without a Home: Attachment Representations and Behaviors of Homeless Mothers and Children (The Vulnerable Child: Studies in Social Issues and Child Psychoanalysis)

Smolen , Ann G.

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Description for Mothering without a Home: Attachment Representations and Behaviors of Homeless Mothers and Children (The Vulnerable Child: Studies in Social Issues and Child Psychoanalysis) Paperback. This book explores the attachment style of homeless mothers and its effect on the resulting attachment style of their children. Smolen and Harrison utilize psychoanalytically informed interventions with the goal of aiding these women in developing a deeper capacity to understand and be attuned to their children's emotional needs. Series: The Vulnerable Child: Studies in Social Issues and Child Psychoanalysis. Num Pages: 230 pages, 10 black & white halftones, 31 tables. BIC Classification: JFFB; JHBK; JMF. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 154 x 227 x 20. Weight in Grams: 338.

Product Details

Publisher
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2015
Series
The Vulnerable Child: Studies in Social Issues and Child Psychoanalysis
BICCode
JFFB; JHBK; JMF
Condition
New
Weight
337g
ISBN
9781442250840
SKU
V9781442250840

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