Presents an up-to-date look at the field of adult attachment theory. Chapters examine the measurement of adult attachment styles, affect regulation, and clinical applications, including attachment and the therapist-client relationship, the defensive organization of attachment styles, the development of working models in conflict-ridden and divorced families, and the relationship between attachment and domestic violence.
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