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The Healthy Parenting Brain

What Neuroscience Reveals about Good Parent-Child Bonding

Dan Hughes • 8/24/2018

By Jonathan Baylin and Daniel Hughes - Parenting isn’t a cookbook activity for managing children’s behavior: it’s an ancient mammalian mind–heart process, which allows a caregiver to stay engaged and regulated enough to sustain the mind-to-mind, heart-to-heart connections that are vital for a child’s development.

Daily Blog
A Step-by-Step Guide to Apply Proven Models in Everyday Therapy
Copyright:
7/20/2017
Authors:
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
 
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
Product:
CRS001207
Type:
$239.98 USD     $199.99

VIDEO: Attuning to Reluctant Teens

Getting Through to Shut-Down Kids

Dan Hughes • 4/4/2016

Most therapists are aware of the perils of trying to connect with teenage clients. Teens are often brought to therapy against their will by adults, which can make them especially unwilling to let therapists in. And don’t talk to them like kids--they’re too old for that. But don’t bore them with stereotypical “therapist talk” either--they’re expecting that. So how do therapists relate to teens without seeming patronizing, clueless, or invasive? Therapist Dan Hughes explains...

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Intimate and Interactive Conversations with Dr. Sue Johnson and Dr. Dan Hughes
Copyright:
7/22/2015
Authors:
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
Product:
POS052605
Type:
$219.99 USD
Copyright:
6/6/2014
Author:
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
Product:
POS046815
Type:
$219.99 USD

Using Intersubjectivity to Help Abused Children

Helping Abused Kids Rewrite Their Own Stories

Dan Hughes • 1/21/2014

Sadly, children who’ve suffered abuse and neglect at the hands of their parents are often convinced that their mistreatment was justified. As a result, they typically grow up with a pervasive sense of shame, struggling with emotional regulation, cognitive and reflective functioning, and the inability to experience positive emotions.

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Case Study

Rewriting the Story: Entering the World of the Abused Child

Dan Hughes • 1/8/2014

Therapists must offer abused children a different felt experience of who they are.

Magazine Article
Copyright:
1/1/2012
Authors:
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
 
RON TAFFEL, PH.D.
 
MARTHA STRAUS, PH.D.
 
DAVID FLOHR, PHD
 
JANET SASSON EDGETTE, PSYD, MPH
 
MICHAEL UNGAR, PHD
 
JONATHAN BAYLIN, PH.D.
Product:
NRC095798
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A Step-by-Step Guide to Apply Proven Models in Everyday Therapy
Copyright:
7/20/2017
Authors:
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
 
RICHARD SIMON, PH.D.
Product:
CRS001207
Type:
$239.98 USD     $199.99
Intimate and Interactive Conversations with Dr. Sue Johnson and Dr. Dan Hughes
Copyright:
7/22/2015
Authors:
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
Product:
POS052605
Type:
$219.99 USD
Copyright:
6/6/2014
Author:
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
Product:
POS046815
Type:
$219.99 USD
Copyright:
1/1/2012
Authors:
DANIEL A HUGHES, PH.D.
 
RON TAFFEL, PH.D.
 
MARTHA STRAUS, PH.D.
 
DAVID FLOHR, PHD
 
JANET SASSON EDGETTE, PSYD, MPH
 
MICHAEL UNGAR, PHD
 
JONATHAN BAYLIN, PH.D.
Product:
NRC095798
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The Healthy Parenting Brain

What Neuroscience Reveals about Good Parent-Child Bonding

Dan Hughes • 8/24/2018

By Jonathan Baylin and Daniel Hughes - Parenting isn’t a cookbook activity for managing children’s behavior: it’s an ancient mammalian mind–heart process, which allows a caregiver to stay engaged and regulated enough to sustain the mind-to-mind, heart-to-heart connections that are vital for a child’s development.

Daily Blog

VIDEO: Attuning to Reluctant Teens

Getting Through to Shut-Down Kids

Dan Hughes • 4/4/2016

Most therapists are aware of the perils of trying to connect with teenage clients. Teens are often brought to therapy against their will by adults, which can make them especially unwilling to let therapists in. And don’t talk to them like kids--they’re too old for that. But don’t bore them with stereotypical “therapist talk” either--they’re expecting that. So how do therapists relate to teens without seeming patronizing, clueless, or invasive? Therapist Dan Hughes explains...

Daily Blog

Using Intersubjectivity to Help Abused Children

Helping Abused Kids Rewrite Their Own Stories

Dan Hughes • 1/21/2014

Sadly, children who’ve suffered abuse and neglect at the hands of their parents are often convinced that their mistreatment was justified. As a result, they typically grow up with a pervasive sense of shame, struggling with emotional regulation, cognitive and reflective functioning, and the inability to experience positive emotions.

Daily Blog
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Case Study

Rewriting the Story: Entering the World of the Abused Child

Dan Hughes • 1/8/2014

Therapists must offer abused children a different felt experience of who they are.

Magazine Article
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Daniel A. Hughes, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in the treatment of children and adolescents who have experienced abuse, neglect, trauma and attachment disorganization. He helped to develop Dyadic Developmental psychotherapy, an attachment-focused treatment model that relies on the theories and research of attachment and intersubjectivity. He is known for creating the PACE Model which facilitates play, acceptance, curiosity and empathy when working with children.

Dr. Hughes is the author of several books including, Building the Bonds of Attachment, 2nd edition (2006), Attachment-Focused Family Therapy Workbook (2011), and co-wrote Brain-Based Parenting: The Neuroscience of Caregiving for Healthy Attachment. He has provided training and consultations to therapists, social workers and parents throughout the U.S., Canada, UK, and Australia and provides regular trainings across the United States and Europe. Dr. Hughes received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Ohio University.