Attachment Theory and Social Work

Social work has always seemed to struggle with a lack of resources.  An important question to ask is how those resources are being spent, and whether or not families in need are receiving optimal care.  One theory states that the deterministic ethos underlying policy agendas is creating a narrative of dependency among clients.  Can certain treatment paradigms actually improve the health of clients, and therefore reduce the overall need for treatment services?  Some in the field have developed treatment strategies based upon attachment theory and have found promising results, especially in improving both the health and independence of clients.

Read the full article here:  How Attachment Theory Can Transform Adult Social Work and Save Councils Money