By Crittenden, Patricia McKinsey
This publication explores an integration of rules from attachment thought and systemic relations remedy together with present advancements and built-in cases.
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The focus returned to the idea of her not being playful and she agreed she wasn’t. The therapists struggled a bit to engage the couple with the junior therapist making particular bids to Kate, but Kate remained polite and distant. The goal of session 1 was to produce a contract that specified a problem and defined the period of treatment. Playfulness, with the underlying idea of Kate becoming more emotionally open, became the focus and ten sessions were defined. The family left with the assignment to find free moments when work and household chores could be set aside and they could play in a light-hearted way.
Discomfort, increased arousal, high muscle tone and pain are some of the somatic representations of danger. These can be ways of knowing (unconsciously or pre-consciously) or communicating (directly, non-verbally) about danger. The changes in somatic information about danger towards comfort, lower arousal, relaxation or pleasure represent safety. Somatic DRs reflect the immediate state of the self. Cognitive information: Represents sequences of events, that is, the temporal order of events, that lead to predictable outcomes, particularly dangerous or safe outcomes.
Kate, in other words, felt an on-going relationship to at least one of the therapists, but the therapists had moved on. In addition, it seems unlikely that Ian and Kate understood that the offered contract was not suited to their needs and that a brief course of treatment might be disruptive without providing the opportunity to repair the disruption. Possibly, having gathered no history and holding no private meetings, the therapists didn’t understand that either. We’d like to know what happened to this young family, but we don’t.