In this video, Peter Fonagy, PhD, eloquently illustrates the most effective methods of intervening on the violent behaviour. After an initial overview of the child developmentthrough which he emphasises how early attachment often inhibits violent tendencies, Fonagy offers viewers a series of effective examples, explaining the importance of the mentalisation, o self-reflexive operationas a method to intervene on violence. Furthermore, it describes the social factors that affect violence, as well as the risk factors and thoughts behind violent behaviour, explaining how to work with violent offenders in different settingsincluding prisons, group therapy and individual therapy.
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we just wanted to let you know that the courses in English on this website have been moved over to our sister website
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