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Improving Patient Treatment with Attachment Theory : A Guide for Primary Care Practitioners and Specialists

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Improving Patient Treatment with Attachment Theory : A Guide for Primary Care Practitioners and Specialists
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Improving Patient Treatment with Attachment Theory
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A Guide for Primary Care Practitioners and Specialists
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Improving Patient Treatment with Attachment Theory : A Guide for Primary Care Practitioners and Specialists
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I: Foundations -- 1: Introduction -- References -- 2: Fundamentals of Attachment Theory -- 2.1 Attachment Functions -- 2.2 Classification of Attachment Styles -- 2.3 The Internal Working Model -- 2.4 Attachment and Gender -- 2.5 Attachment Styles Over Time -- 2.6 Attachment Across Cultures -- 2.7 Adaptive and Maladaptive Attachment Behaviours -- 2.8 Attachment and Mental Illness -- 2.8.1 Depression -- 2.8.2 Personality Disorders -- 2.9 Attachment and Food, Substance Use and Sex -- 2.10 The Physiology of Attachment -- References -- 3: Advanced Concepts in Attachment Theory and Their Application to Health Care -- 3.1 Narrative Coherence -- 3.2 Mentalizing -- 3.3 Affect Regulation -- 3.3.1 The Expression of Anger -- 3.4 Interpersonal Pulls -- 3.5 Attachment Styles and Health Care -- 3.5.1 The Secure Patient -- 3.5.2 The Preoccupied Patient -- 3.5.3 The Dismissing Patient -- 3.5.4 The Fearful or Disorganized Patient -- 3.6 Summary -- References -- 4: The Relevance of Attachment Theory in Medical Care -- 4.1 The History of Attachment Theory in Medicine -- 4.2 Activation of the Attachment System with Illness and Disease -- 4.3 Illness and Physical/Psychological Impairment as a Consequence of Insecure Attachment -- 4.4 Attachment as a Determinant of Coping -- 4.5 Attachment as a Determinant of Self-Management -- 4.6 Attachment as a Predictor of Treatment Adherence -- 4.7 Attachment as an Important Influence on the Doctor-{u00AD}Patient Relationship -- 4.8 Conclusions: Benefits and Tasks of Attachment Classification in Medical Care -- References -- Part II: Specific Populations -- 5: Attachment Theory and Pain -- 5.1 What Is Pain? -- 5.2 Attachment and Pain -- 5.2.1 Labour Pain -- 5.2.2 Headache -- 5.2.3 Cancer Pain -- 5.2.4 Acute or Experimental Pain
  • 5.3 Attachment and Chronic Pain -- 5.3.1 Historical Context of the Links between Attachment and Chronic Pain -- 5.4 Mechanisms Linking Chronic Pain and Attachment -- 5.4.1 Help-Seeking and Treatment Adherence -- 5.4.2 Attachment and Risk Taking -- 5.4.3 Attachment and Pain-Related Activity Patterns -- 5.4.4 Attachment and Social Support -- 5.5 Implications of Attachment Theory for the Management of Pain -- 5.5.1 Information Gathering -- 5.5.2 The Therapeutic Relationship and Counter-transference -- 5.5.3 Outcomes from Pain Treatment Programs -- Conclusion -- References -- 6: Adaptation to Cancer from the Perspective of Attachment Theory -- 6.1 Attachment and Emotional Distress -- 6.2 Attachment Security -- 6.3 Preoccupied Attachment -- 6.4 Dismissing Attachment -- 6.5 Fearful/Disorganized Attachment -- 6.6 Clinical Implications -- 6.7 Future Directions -- References -- 7: Attachment and the End of Life Experience -- 7.1 The Patient Experience of the End of Life -- 7.2 The Caregiver Experience of the End of Life -- 7.3 The Health Care Provider Experience of the End of Life -- 7.4 Mentalizing Death -- 7.5 Attachment-Based Interventions at the End of life -- Conclusion -- References -- Part III: Interventions -- 8: On the Floor with C and L -- 8.1 The Secure Patient -- 8.2 The Preoccupied Patient -- 8.2.1 Helping the Patient -- 8.2.2 Helping the Team -- 8.3 The Dismissing Patient -- 8.3.1 Helping the Patient -- 8.3.2 Helping the Team -- 8.4 The Disorganized/Fearful Patient -- 8.4.1 Helping the Patient -- 8.4.2 Helping the Team -- 8.5 Summary -- References -- 9: An Integrative, Attachment-Based Approach to the Management and Treatment of Patients with Persistent Somatic Complaints -- 9.1 Classification and Diagnosis -- 9.2 A Contemporary Attachment-Based Approach to FSD -- 9.2.1 Introduction
  • 9.2.2 Attachment and FSD -- 9.2.3 Embodied Mentalizing and FSD -- 9.2.4 Epistemic Distrust and FSD -- 9.3 Management and Treatment -- Conclusions -- References -- 10: Attachment Style in Bariatric Surgery Care: A Case Study -- 10.1 Insecure Attachment in Bariatric Care -- 10.2 The TWH Bariatric Surgery Program -- 10.3 The Role of Psychosocial Assessment in Bariatric Surgery -- 10.4 The Rationale for Postoperative Mental Health Services -- 10.5 Choosing Attachment and Psychosocial Measures in the TWH-BSP -- 10.6 Attachment Theory in the Clinical Practice of Bariatric Surgery -- 10.6.1 Preparing the Team to Use the Attachment Model -- 10.7 Summary -- References -- Part IV: The Future -- 11: The Psychobiology of Attachment and the Aetiology of Disease -- 11.1 Background -- 11.2 Attachment and Physiology -- 11.3 Early Life and the Stress Response -- 11.4 Reactivity and Regulation: The Role of Emotion in Stress Response -- 11.5 Attachment and Cortisol Response to Acute Stress -- 11.6 Attachment and Cortisol Across the Day -- 11.7 Implications for Health -- 11.8 Attachment, Acute Stress, and Immune Function -- 11.9 Attachment and Immune Functioning Away from the Laboratory -- 11.10 Summary of Attachment, Cortisol, and Immune Function Studies -- 11.11 Attachment and Physical Health -- 11.12 Future Directions -- References -- 12: 'Tell Me What You Understand About Your Patient': Applying Attachment Principles to Medical Education -- 12.1 The Problem: Fear and Anxiety Reduce Learning -- 12.2 The Solution: A Secure Supervisory Base and Safe Haven for the Student -- 12.3 The Strategy: Using Mentalizing in Supervision to Promote Safety and Exploration -- Conclusion -- References -- 13: Future Directions -- 13.1 Understanding Interactivity -- 13.2 Personalizing Healthcare -- 13.3 Capturing the Effects of Continuous Insecurity
  • 13.4 Increasing Replication and Generalizability -- 13.5 Optimizing Adaptation -- 13.6 Examining the Role of Health Providers Who Serve Attachment Functions -- 13.7 Additional Directions -- References
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