Presented by The Knowledge Center at Chaddock, Attachment Theory in Action is a weekly podcast featuring national experts from the field of attachment and trauma. Hosted by Karen Buckwalter, MSW, LCSW, the podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Listeners sit in on Karen’s insightful, informative and inspiring conversations with leading attachment theory researchers and clinicians in the field.
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Karen welcomes Adam Pertman, founder, president, and CEO of the National Center on Adoption and Permanency to the show for part one of their conversation about big picture permanency issues in adoption and foster care.
Karen welcomes Kim Phagen-Hansel, editor of Fostering Families Today and Managing Editor of The Impact, to the show for the conclusion of their conversation about the journalist's perspective of issues in adoption, foster care, and attachment.
Karen welcomes Kim Phagen-Hansel, editor of Fostering Families Today and Managing Editor of The Impact, to the show for part one of their conversation about the journalist's perspective of issues in adoption, foster care, and attachment. Part two wil... more
This is an amazing podcast which features cutting edge attachment research applied to clinical practice. Not only is the guest lineup spectacular, but host Karen Doyle Buckwalter is always well prepared for interviews and demonstrates a deep knowledge about the work of each guest. Lastly, as a side note, I love the graphic design of this podcast. Hats off to the entire who put this awesome podcast out there each week!
As an MSW student, this podcast has been a wonderful resource for me in both my scholarly and personal learning. The interviews offer so much valuable information and I have learned so much about attachment theory. I can’t believe this is a free resource! Would highly recommend to anyone looking to expand their knowledge in an enjoyable way.
Such powerful and insightful guests on the show. Karen does a great job hosting and bringing us along the journey with her.
This has excellent content but I have to fast forward if the host is speaking.
This podcast highlights so many renowned and significant attachment therapists. It offers so much in terms of knowledge and insight. I do wish that the host would ask questions in a more open ended, concise format. Sometimes I feel she talks in circles when she could get out of the way of the people she’s interviewing and just let them talk about their approach. For example asking more questions like - “tell me about….” Or “ can you share an example of…”Can be stated briefly and concisely withou... more
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Attachment Theory in Action launched 5 years ago and published 234 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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