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In Search of Wholeness: An Exploration of Social Connection as a Mediating Factor in Addiction
Addiction remains a topic of much research and media attention. The link between social connection and addiction has been identified, yet is rarely researched. I examine this link from two theoretical frameworks: Bowlby’s ...
The Relevance Of Attachment Theory Principles To Psychotherapy And How It Can Contribute To Fostering Therapeutic Alliance and The Change Process For Clients: A Literature Review
This study is focused on how attachment theory can help explain the importance of the therapeutic alliance as a key factor for effective psychotherapy and how a felt sense of safety and care can help to establish and foster ...
To What Extent Do Attachment and Emotional Attunement Influence the Therapeutic Relationship?
The proposed research is intended to demonstrate that attachment and emotional attunement are key elements in forging and maintaining the therapeutic alliance. Therapeutic alliance, the bond between therapist and client, ...
Mental health impacts of stepmotherhood: An examination of the systemic and contextual influences that reduce therapeutic support
The diversity of familial structures within westernized culture has expanded beyond the nuclear family framework reflecting familial roles that exist within an expanded scope of the traditional nuclear family unit. The ...