By David J. Wallin PhD
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The notion that internal relationships reflect external relationships was totally missing from her thinking. (p. 46) Bowlby had been supervised by Klein during his analytic training. Working five days a week with an anxiety-ridden boy, Bowlby was dismayed when Klein forbade him to meet with his young patient’s overwhelmingly anxious mother. His dismay turned to horror, however, when three months into the case the mother was hospitalized with agitated depression and Klein’s only reaction was annoyance that now there was no one to bring the child to treatment: The fact that this poor woman had had a breakdown was of no clinical interest to her whatever.
For example, individual may briefly indicate a belief that a dead person is still alive in the physical sense, or that this person was killed by a childhood thought. Individual may lapse into prolonged silence or eulogistic speech. The speaker will ordinarily otherwise fit Ds, E, or F categories. The infant displays disorganized and/or disoriented behaviors in the parent’s presence, suggesting a temporary collapse of behavioral strategy. For example, the infant may freeze with a trance-like expression, hands in air; may rise at parent’s entrance, then fall prone and huddled on the floor; or may cling while crying hard and leaning away with gaze averted.
This cross-cultural correlation lent support to Bowlby’s assertion that attachment was a universal instinctive need. Yet Ainsworth was also aware of a puzzling and provocative difference between the two groups: While the Ugandan infants at home conspicuously displayed secure base behavior, the Baltimore cohort did not. For Ainsworth, the secure base phenomenon was central, its presence signifying the security that was reflected in a balanced capacity for explora- 18 BOWLBY AND BEYOND tion and attachment.
Attachment in Psychotherapy by David J. Wallin PhD