Appleton & Lange Review of Pediatrics (Appleton & Lange by Sara Viessman

By Sara Viessman

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When this process is interfered with or is deficient, a major obstacle to positive parent–child relationship is created. Therefore, it is important to understand the usual course for the development of empathy. Martin Hoffman (1982a, 1982b) described four stages in empathic development. During the first year of life, infants act as if what happens to others happens to themselves. In a distressing situation, they interpret the distress of others as their own. Because cognitive immaturity prevents infants from identifying the source of distress correctly, during this stage PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES UNDERLYING SIMULTANEOUS TREATMENT 49 they may be more vulnerable to other people’s distress than at subsequent stages.

The affects toward the child range from coldness and sternness to wishing the child away or dead. Essentially, the AN OVERVIEW OF SIMULTANEOUS TREATMENT 35 parent communicates to the child that he is disliked or unwanted. The parent in addition may neglect the child by being physically or psychologically unavailable. The child learns at an early age to turn his attention away from the parent when needing comfort and that independence and individual strength are highly valued (Blehar and Eichburg 1991; Main 1983; Main and Goldwyn 1984b).

Are there different parameters functioning in boundary formation in the reality of everyday life, in the dependent/containing reality, and in the projective reality? Sandler and Kernberg are in agreement that the characterizations that dominate the intrasubjective world of the parent and are duplicated within the psyche of the child can have pervasive and enduring implications. Inge Bretherton and Waters (1985) described the enduring effects of these representations. If an attachment figure frequently rejects or ridicules the child’s bids for comfort in stressful situations, they note, the child may develop not only an internal working model of the parent as rejecting but also one of himself as not worthy of help or comfort.

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