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Interview with Arietta Slade

Watch this video. Jane Barlow interviews Arietta Slade, Clinical Professor at the Yale Child Study Center and Co-director of Minding the Baby.

In this interview Jane talks to Arietta Slade, who is Clinical Professor at the Yale Child Study Center, Co-director of Minding the Baby and an internationally recognised theoretician, clinician, researcher, and teacher, who has published widely on reflective parenting.

We examine the concept of ‘reflective functioning’ in terms of what it means for the interaction between the infant and the parent. Professor Slade describes the way in which this concept has helped us to understand more about the factors that contribute to an infant being securely attached.

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