by Sir John Timpson
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Attachment disorder is a broad term for social and behavioural disorders rooted in a failure to form healthy attachments with primary care-givers in early childhood.
Although key to our understanding of children’s social and emotional development, this subject can be daunting to explain to parents or even teaching colleagues.
Experienced fosterer John Timpson CBE has produced this short guide, using simple language and easy-to-understand illustrations, to explain what attachment means and the effect attachment difficulties have on a child’s development.
Publisher: Sir John Timpson
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