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Dr Patricia McKinsey Crittenden -Attachment and Psychopathology - May 2019

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Dr Patricia McKinsey Crittenden

presents her training programme in Attachment and Psychopathology in Dublin

A 3 day course running from Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd May 2019

at DCU St Patrick’s Campus, Drumcondra. Dublin 9

Dr Patricia M. Crittenden, academic and leading practitioner in the fields of child abuse, attachment theory and family therapy.

The course examines development from infancy to adulthood and the process of adaptation and developmental pathways that carry risk for psychopathology. It focuses on development, prevention and treatment of psychological disorder.

The evidence based approach uses the Dynamic-Maturational Model (DMM) of attachment and adaptation, which is highly relevant to individuals who are at risk, under child protection supervision, have been exposed to danger, display disturbed or maladaptive behaviour or are diagnosed as having a psychiatric disorder. A particular emphasis is cultural influences on attachment.

The course is aimed at professionals who work with individuals or families requiring support including; psychiatrists, psychologists, counsellors, social workers, solicitors, teachers, nurses and family support workers.

Dr Patricia M. Crittenden has served on the Faculties of Psychology at the Universities of Virginia and Miami and held visiting positions at the Universities of Helsinki, Bologna, the Clark Institute of Psychiatry (Canada), San Diego State University (USA) and Edith Cowan University Australia. She has published more than 100 scientific papers and several books. She is well known for developing the Dynamic-Maturational Model (DMM) of attachment and adaptation and is one of the founders of the International Association for the Study of Attachment (IASI).

New Skills and Learning Outcomes from the course will include;

  • Functional Formulation: moving beyond diagnosis to understanding behaviour
  • Treatment planning: choosing effective and efficient treatment strategies
  • Identifying false positive affect: uncovering hidden problems in their early stages
  • Differentiating symptoms and self-protective strategies specifying how symptoms function

Course schedule and Programme

Day 1 : 21st May 2019 - Infancy and Preschool

Evolution, danger and brain

Infancy and parental protection

The Ainsworth patters of attachment

CARE-Index video tapes

Child abuse and neglect

Post-natal depression and psychosis

Day 2: 22nd May 2019 - Pre-school and School years

Disorders versus diseases

Pre-school development and the Dynamic-Maturational Model

The coercive and compulsive self-protection strategies

Cross-generational transformations

Adoption and foster care

ADHD and Autism

Reducing coercive behaviour

Day 3 : 23rd May 2019 Adolescence and Adulthood

School-age: Peers obsessive and deceptive strategies

Conduct problems and psychotic intrusions

Treatment: Hidden problems recommended and risky practices

Family Drawings

The School-age Assessment of Attachment

Adolescence: Integrating sexuality with attachment

Sexual disorders and sexual offending

Eating and personality disorders

Dangerous gaps in services and preventative opportunities

Summary and Overview

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This Attachment and Psychopathology course is foundational and a pre-requisite for all DMM assessment courses.

Course fee of €495 includes all course materials, lunches, teas & coffees for the 3 days.

A group rate reduced fee of €450 per person will apply for group bookings of 3 or more.

An early bird fee of €475 per person and €430 per person group rate of 3 + will apply to bookings before 15th March 2019.


Please contact mcmahon.lor@gmail.com if you have any specific dietary requirements before 10th May 2019.

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This event is organised as part of the Bessborough Centre, Blackrock Cork Training Programme.

Website www.bessborough.ie

For further information, please contact Lorraine Mc Mahon at mcmahon.lor@gmail.com or 087 3527058

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