Helping Babies and Children Aged 0-6 to Heal after Family Violence


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Published UK, 2017
Drawing on neurobiological research and her own extensive experience working directly in the field in Melbourne, Dr Wendy Bunston explains how to look at family violence cases from the perspective of an infant or small child, and provide therapy that champions attachment and playfulness as a means towards recovery. Group work, family work, working with adults and various other interventions are discussed. The importance of other caregiving systems such as foster care and women's refuges are also highlighted.

Early Brain Development and the Emerging Self
Infant-Led Practice Before and Across the First Three Years
Child-Led Practice and the Significance of Playfulness in Childhood and Beyond
Beginning at the Beginning in Our Approach to Addressing Family Violence

Dr Wendy Bunston is a senior clinician at The Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne.
Paperback. 206 pages

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