By Arturo Ezquerro
Encounters with John Bowlby: stories of Attachment is an insightful, heartfelt and devoted homage to John Bowlby (1907-1990), the ‘father’ of attachment idea. The e-book unfolds as a touching and soaking up biographical trip into his existence and paintings, the place Bowlby is portrayed vividly via his person, kinfolk and staff attachment heritage, in addition to his own improvement.
This is a completely researched and detailed quantity: an inventive hybrid of scholarly erudition and passionately-delivered genuine existence stories masking the full box of attachment. The paintings is co-constructed from the privileged place of sitting on the toes of the founding father of the idea, drawing on his lifelong examine and data. The reader can examine from and determine with stirring, real tales that illustrate the fight to turn into hooked up, to outlive, and to grow.
Encounters with John Bowlby will entice an individual who's drawn to own improvement and relationships. it is going to be of targeted curiosity to psychological healthiness pros, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, social staff, psychoanalysts and team analysts, in addition to different healthcare execs, similar to normal practitioners and paediatricians. The textual content can be helpful to scholars venture doctoral classes or attending different classes concerning attachment and John Bowlby.
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In the months before cancer killed him, my father told me that he had learned to use his disability to reassure the General that he would not be dangerous: “Having only one normal leg I could not really go very far…” But he had a ﬁne brain. When he saw me using a head-on approach, he would say: “You need to pick your battles; ﬁght only when you are sure you can win”. A few days before his death on 22 December 1989, he gave me a big hug while saying: “I am proud of you, Arturo. I love you”. I shed a tear and said: “I am proud of you too.
I was deeply touched by it. My mentorship arrangement with Bowlby was unusual: it remained independent from the Tavistock Clinic’s statutory training structure. Anton Obholzer (Chairman of the Tavistock) was my boss and clinical tutor. Peter Bruggen was my research tutor, a family therapy expert (Bruggen & O’Brian, 1986, 1987), and consultant in charge at Hill End Adolescent Unit – which I shall describe in Chapter 8. Near the end of his proliﬁc career, Bruggen was appointed medical director in one of a new wave of NHS Trusts, when major reforms were introduced in 1991.
Spain had become a backward country, with a high level of illiteracy. In the region of La Rioja the culture of wine-making contributed to a relative level of prosperity when compared with other Spanish regions. Unlike the atheist or agnostic background in my paternal family and their left-wing ideology, my maternal family had strong religious beliefs and gave in to the Church’s propaganda that the Civil War was a crusade to liberate Christian Spain from communism. During my upbringing, I often had conﬂictive feelings about two opposing forces around me.
Encounters with John Bowlby: Tales of Attachment by Arturo Ezquerro