The Korean Journal of Human Development

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Modern Attachment Theory and the Dynamics of Play - Focusing on the Application to Play Therapy -



AUTHOR : 이순행

INFORMATION : page. 1~28 / 2016 Vol.23 No.3


ABSTRACT

Based on a literature review, this study explores the modern attachment theory of emotional arousal and regulation paradigm and examines the dynamics of play from the perspective of interpersonal neurobiology whose framework has been built on various theories such as Panksepp’s affective-motivational theory, Porges’s polyvagal theory, and Kestly’s play theory. Applying the framework to the practice of play therapy, this study sheds light in that therapist should be attuned to the arousal level of a child client when playing, and be able to communicate with the client nonverbally. Then, a safe relationship and a space for playing are created, which leads to the child client playing in order to explore his mind. Therapist also needs to build an inclusive relationship in order to draw on and to help regulate the affective arousal of the child client which is enacted implicitly. These processes are required because a therapeutic relationship is not only the first requirement for a therapeutic alliance in the early stages of treatment but also an essential element over the span of treatment in order to create a real therapeutic change.


Ⅰ. 서 론


Ⅱ. 현대 애착이론


Ⅲ. 놀이의 신경생물학


Ⅳ. 현대 애착이론과 놀이 역동의 접목: 놀이치료를 중심으로


Ⅴ. 제안 및 함의


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