Holding Therapy and Autism
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Advocates for Children in Therapy (2002)
Attachment therapy: child abuse by another name.
Advocates for Children in Therapy
Autism Europe (1998)
Draft code of good practice on prevention of violence against persons with autism.
Boris N. W. (2003)
Attachment, aggression and holding: a cautionary tale.
Attachment and Human Development.
Grandin T. (1989)
An autistic person's view of holding therapy.
Jolliffe T., Lakesdown R., Robinson C. (1992)
Autism, a personal account.
Mercer J. (2013)
Holding therapy: a harmful mental health intervention.
Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies.
Mercer J. (2002)
Attachment therapy A treatment without empirical support.
Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice.
Pignotti M., Mercer J. (2007)
Holding therapy and dyadic developmental psychotherapy are not supported and acceptable social work interventions: A systematic research synthesis revisited.
Research on Social Work Practice.
Sainsbury C. (1999)
Holding therapy: an autistic perspective.
Simpson R. L. (2005)
Autism spectrum disorders: interventions and treatments for children and youth.
Thousand Oaks, CA:
Corwin Pres Inc.
Tinbergen N., Tinbergen A. (1983)
Autistic children: New hope for a cure.
Allen and Unwin
Welch M. G. (1998)
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