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MOTHER: I know I have to do it. Yes, I have to do it. I know. But I hope that you can tell me how to do it so that he will not be psychologically scarred. CLINICIAN: You and I should figure out how to do that together. MOTHER: OK. Comment: The mother revisited the contradictory advice she had gotten, and again implicitly revealed both the simultaneous idealization and denigration of expertise. She yearned for the answer, and she expected/wanted it to come from someone else. Aware that the mother had already sought and received considerable advice, I was eager to avoid this trap.
Third, I emphasized the partnership between the mother and me rather than endorsing the “clinician as expert” 28 CLINICAL USE OF ATTACHMENT RESEARCH ASSESSMENTS model. The mother’s response makes clear that she has some perspective on her wish for the answer as unrealistic. TREATMENT SUMMARY Based on the evaluation, mother and infant were seen together for nearly 18 months in infant–parent psychotherapy (Lieberman, Silverman, & Pawl, 2000). This involved weekly sessions for the dyad and some individual sessions with the mother.
But because of being spoiled, now when he’s in the chair, he’s just— it seems like the more I try to please him, the angrier he is. Although he’s very happy, you know, when I’m playing with him or, you know, like when I was in on Wednesday. He was happy. CLINICIAN: So, there are good times. MOTHER: Oh, yeah, there are lots of good times. 24 CLINICAL USE OF ATTACHMENT RESEARCH ASSESSMENTS Comment: Mother elaborated on her identification with her baby, and her fears that he would be like her. ” The identification was something she both wished and feared.