COMFORT AND JOY. In conversation with Scottish Attachment in Action.
In this episode Fiona Lettice, Development Worker at Scottish Attachment in Action, and an adoptive mum, and Helen Minnis, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Institute of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow are in conversation about 'Comfort and Joy'.
Why do some foster, kin or adopted children have difficulty in accepting comfort or experiencing joy?
Fiona and Helen explore how concepts such as the mistrusting brain, indiscriminate friendliness, stranger anxiety and therapeutic play help us understand behaviour and improve outcomes for care experienced children and their families.
Many thanks to Fiona Lettice, Professor Helen Minnis, and Ian Watson
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