Child Attachment Certification
Child Attachment Certification
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Child Attachment Diploma
The highly interesting psychological field of child attachment is explored in great detail in this course. Starting with a look at the main theories and theorists, the course explains the main concepts and principles clearly and we make sure we cover all the fundamental points for you. Bowlby and Ainsworth have proven to be huge contributors to the field of child attachment and their work is carefully considered within the course’s 10 modules.
This course will hopefully teach you how to think like a true expert in the field of child attachment theory. You will be taught the signs to look out for when there are any issues in this field and there are tests that can be implemented along the way to better facilitate this. By the end of the course, you should be able to apply the guiding principles of child attachment theory with relative ease.
From working as a social worker, to a child psychologist and even a classroom assistant, this course will prove to you that there is such a huge variety of roles connected with the field of child attachment. Indeed, the final module is devoted entirely to this discussion and is conveniently split between roles that are more ‘hands-on’ in the field of child attachment, compared with those that may involve this psychological niche in a little more tentative manner.
What You Will Learn
A detailed look at the history and evolution of child attachment theory
A discussion of the internal working models that are used in this field
We look at the main contributors to this field (e.g. Ainsworth and Bowlby)
You will have plenty of opportunity to fully learn the important ‘Strange Situation Test’
You will consider the main influences of child attachment
A look at the ethical considerations that must be borne in mind, especially when working with children
How attachment should stabilise in later childhood
You will consider the hugely important concept of vulnerability in relation to child attachment
Define ‘harm’ and look at ‘degrees of harm’ in good detail
A sneaky peak at just some of the myriad roles of employment that are connected with this interesting psychological niche.
Benefits of the Course
The ability to recognise the signs of child attachment problems
You will understand how to implement the ‘Strange Situation Test’
You will gain the skills that will enable you to work in a huge variety of fields connected with child attachment
Gain knowledge of a truly interesting psychological niche
Learn how you can make a real difference in the field of child attachment
The ability to study from any location with an Internet connection
Learn the material at any time and at your own pace
Lifetime access to the course – no deadlines
Obtain a recognised certification when completing the course, which will improve your career prospects.
Module 01: Introduction to Child Attachment
Module 02: Fundamental Concepts and Theorists in the Field of Child Attachment
Module 03: Defining Attachment Theory
Module 04: Attachment and Internal Working Models
Module 05: The Main Influences of Attachment
Module 06: Child Attachment Stabilisation, Psychotherapy and Neuroscientific Considerations
Module 07: Understanding and Implementing the “Strange Situation Test”
Module 08: Vulnerability
Module 09: Further Research Considerations Relating to Child Attachment
Module 10: Employment Opportunities in the Field of Child Attachment