2017 Webinar 2: The Biological Basis of Attachment Difficulties in Infants With Prenatal Substance Exposure, Digital Download

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2017 Webinar 2: The Biological Basis of Attachment Difficulties in Infants With Prenatal Substance Exposure, Digital Download

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Attachment is the inter-connectedness between human beings.  Attachment requires reading each other’s cues and responding appropriately to each other’s cues.  The important thing to realize is that attachment is a two-way street, and not only must the mother be able to read the infant’s cues, but the infant must be able to read the mother’s cues.  Unfortunately, the neurobehavioral impact of prenatal substance exposure on the young infant impedes the infant’s ability to read and respond appropriately to the mother’s cues.  This disrupts the interaction between mother and infant and inhibits attachment.  This webinar explores this dynamic and presents strategies for promoting attachment in infants prenatally exposed to substances of abuse.

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Presented by: Ira J. Chasnoff, MD

Run time: 47:10

File format: .mp4

File size: 829.9 MB

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