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“This is a wonderful and long-awaited piece of work. The coverage is tremendously comprehensive, feeding perfectly the needs both of scholars and practitioners, and I am sure it will become an indispensable resource for on Attachment Theory, a must-know area nowadays for everybody practicing in the field of mental health and psychotherapy. I wholeheartedly recommend this work to every mental health professional, both East and West.”
“China is a highly populated country in which family relationships and values are central. Attachment Theory provides a theoretical and therapeutic framework for thinking about family strengths and weaknesses, and how to help when trauma or mental illness strikes. It provides an invaluable new framework for psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professional in China. The study of attachment theory will also itself be enriched by encountering Chinese culture, making this collection invaluable to researchers both at home and abroad.”
"Like no other resource, this series provides an invaluable compilation of scientific-theoretical studies on "Attachment Theory", that will definitely be used as a secure base for many researchers worldwide and from which a great exploration from its origins to the most recent developments can be made. With this state of the art researchers from other regions, such as Latin America, can begin to pave the way for the consolidation of the emerging and promising work in this area."
"This compilation of scholarly articles on the Attachment Theory will certainly interest mental health professionals in Asia. The wealth of information can assist them in their clinical work as they grapple with psychological issues in their busy clinics. All the authors in the book are from both sides of the Atlantic and I am sure the editors are cognizant that the 21st century is the Pacific Century and will be thinking about a Chinese edition with views from Asian psychotherapists about the Attachment Theory."
Professor EE-Heok Kwa, National University of Singapore