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Over the course of the last 20 years in Scotland, there has been a growing recognition that attachment matters in all areas of life. Developing a political, social and emotional environment where individuals, groups, communities and workplaces can feel connected and a sense of belonging is vital to our wellbeing. Attachment theory can help us recognise the importance of community and connection and the negative consequences for individuals and groups when these are lacking. Here you will find resources that help us to consider how we create societal and professional systems and structures that support the development of this type of community and connection.  

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The 'New' Social Contract

Author:
Judy Furnivall & Jamie Cooke
Subject:
Attachment & Social Policy
Publish Date:
January 1, 2021

Why Attachment Matters

Author:
Harry Burns
Subject:
Attachment as a Public Health Issue
Publish Date:
January 1, 2019

Putting the Baby IN the Bathwater: Why Attachment Matters For All

Author:
DrJonathan Sher talking with SAIA members
Subject:
WAVE Trust, legislation, policy and practice
Publish Date:
January 1, 2014

0-5: How Small Children Make a Big Difference

Author:
Alan Sinclair
Subject:
The Economy of Attachment
Publish Date:
January 1, 2007

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