Susan Hart

Susan Hart is a psychologist who has been the director of a municipal family therapy centre; her experience also includes work in municipal social services and in a children's psychiatric ward. Today, she has an independent practice and works mainly with professional supervision of psychologists, visiting nurses, and social workers in child and family departments, personnel in child psychiatric wards, and advisers to foster families. She is the author of several books and articles on neuroaffective developmental psychology, and frequently gives lectures and courses on the topic.

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Through Windows of Opportunity: A Neuroaffective Approach to Child Psychotherapy

Through Windows of Opportunity: A Neuroaffective Approach to Child Psychotherapy

by Marianne Bentzen, Susan Hart

  • Paperback £28.35 (RRP : £28.99 save £0.64)

Research has shown that nonspecific factors such as relationship and personality have a stronger correlation to outcome than method. The basic argument of Through Windows of Opportunity is that... (more)

Inclusion, Play and Empathy: Neuroaffective Development in Children's Groups

Inclusion, Play and Empathy: Neuroaffective Development in Children's Groups

Edited by Susan Hart

  • Paperback £24.92 (RRP : £24.99 save £0.07)

Contributions from early childhood educators, teachers, psychologists, music therapists, occupational therapists, and psychotherapists highlight the crucial role that early relationships and... (more)

Brain, Attachment, Personality: An Introduction to Neuroaffective Development

Brain, Attachment, Personality: An Introduction to Neuroaffective Development

by Susan Hart

  • Paperback £37.79 (RRP : £41.99 save £4.20)

This book is intended as an inspiration and as an introduction to what Susan Hart has called neuroaffective developmental psychology. As an underlying theme throughout the book, she seeks to... (more)

The Impact of Attachment

The Impact of Attachment

by Susan Hart

  • Hardback £25.20 (RRP : £28.00 save £2.80)

How early infant-parent interactions can explain adult social and emotional relationships.

Combining theories of neurobiology, interpersonal relationships, and intrapsychic concepts, this book... (more)

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