By M. Hossein, M.D. Etezady, Mary Davis
Clinical views on Reflective Parenting: protecting the Child’s brain in Mind describes the heart for Reflective Parenting and methods built on the middle for aiding mom and dad in an effort to comprehend and consider their children’s emotional states, as a manner of supporting them to be better mom and dad. dialogue of neurobiological correlates of “reflective parenting,” and of comparable thoughts used on the Pacella baby middle and in different settings, areas the scientific procedure within the context of different paintings directed at supporting mom and dad support their little ones to develop up emotionally healthy.
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During the pre-group interview, Samantha, who clearly showed she was eager to do a good job, demonstrated some areas of adequate capacity for reflection. However, questions about more-challenging affect states and difficult interactions produced moments of uncontained hostility, lack of awareness of its impact on Billy, and lapses of narrative coherency. ” Samantha: “He started screaming hysterically when I told him to go potty and I got angry and, and I . . I . . I . . (long pause) snatched him up a little (pause) roughly (laughs) (uncontained hostility) and then I was like, OK, just go put him in bed.
Oh yeah, she’s had a . . she’s teething, the third tooth, the top upper and she has not been a pleasant baby . . she’s just teething, so she’s just not responsive to anyone or anything around her. ” And I think it’s . . I think it scares her. Um, I lose my patience with her. ) “I think that when she’s uncomfortable and tired and kind of irritable, that it really doesn’t matter who’s there or what’s there or what you do. indb 26 6/26/12 8:10 AM How and Why the Center for Reflective Parenting Was Created 27 almost like she’s trying to find a comfortable spot or position or something .
She often felt flooded with affect, and the group leaders wondered whether her daughter played an important regulatory function in these feelings. The example below illustrates the role reversal that was occurring in this parent-child dyad. Joanne: “She sees that it’s a good thing that I need her a lot, as much as she needs me, you know, that I’m not Wonder Woman. She also knows that I . . I need (long pause) daddy. I don’t want to feel uncomfortable or, um, frightened, in any way, and I don’t think she feels like she’s not safe; she helps me feel safe.