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The Formation of Attachments (2)


Types of Attachment in Children

The complexity and importance of attachment theory is not to be underestimated.  What are the different types of attachment in children? Why do we form bonds during childhood they way we do? How do they affect our development? How different would we be had these attachments not been formed? What happens in the case of separation or deprivation? Ever child’s development occurs in a unique setting and with entirely unique attachments. For a child psychologist to provide helpful and supportive services, their knowledge of everything to do with attachments must be flawless. Throughout every stage of childhood, it’s the attachments we form or are denied that shape the adolescents and adults we become.

This advanced tutorial represents the second-half of our two-part introduction to attachment theory. Learn about the effects of privation and deprivation, along with the biological explanation of attachment theory and the importance of ongoing research. Explore attachment between parent and child, how attachment changes the thoughts of men and women, common causes of communication problems, the effects autism can have on a child’s development and so much more.



  • Discuss  about Privation and Deprivation.
  • Explore the Effects of Autism on Child’s Development

Programme Content


  • Privation
  • Deprivation
  • Management Categories
  • Biological Explanation
  • Changes in Thoughts of Men and Women
  • Effects of Autism in Child’s Development
  • Reasons of Communication Problems
  • Positive and Negative Aspects of Research

Target Audience

  • Teachers, health care staff, social workers and care providers pursuing their CPD
  • Anyone currently working with children
  • Parents and carers interested in improving their knowledge of child psychology
  • Individuals looking to enhance their CV


No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.


  • Participants:8 - 400
  • Duration: 2 - 3 hours
  • Participation:Only collaborative

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Course at QLS
Study Method Online
Course Duration 10 Hours
Start Date on going
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