The ‘taming’ of Julie and her avoidant attachment style

Valérie Perret

Abstract


In this case study, I present the application of the model developed by Richard Erskine of ‘Self in Relationship’ to a client who I will call Julie. I describe the open and closed domains of contact that I observed at the beginning of the work. Then I explain how I bring this client to a state of awakening of the anaesthetised domains through an implied accompaniment and full contact, whilst respecting her avoidant attachment style.


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Perret, V. (2017). The ‘taming’ of Julie and her avoidant attachment style. International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research & Practice, 8(2), 35-40.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29044/v8i2p35

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