DVDs

DVD “Strange Situation” as developed by Mary Ainsworth

DVD “Strange Situation” as developed by Mary Ainsworth

Secure and insecure attachment patterns of toddlers and their mothers.The DVD is about the various types of attachment behavior seen in toddlers and about the Strange Situation, the observa¬tional instrument used to assess that behavior.

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Ainsworth's Strange Situation Test (FST) - Super High Quality DVD (in english)

Ainsworth's Strange Situation Test (FST) - Super High Quality DVD (in english)

The Strange Situation Test (Ainsworth et al. 1978) was developed to assess the attachment quality of infants and it is to date the most widely used and reliable attachment measure for infant-parent-attachment relationships.

This DVD demonstrates the different attachment qualities (secure, insecure-avoidant, insecure-ambivalent and disorganised) in infants and pre-schoolers in a professional high quality film production.

Using three cameras from different perspectives in a professional setting to study the infants’ behavior, facial play and proximity to mother or father, this film is suitable to teach the different attachment behavior patterns of infants in all episodes of the Strange Situation with different caregivers.

This exceptional DVD is produced to train students, educators and other professionals interested in infants’ and toddlers’ attachment qualities.


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SAFE® Informational DVD for Professionals (in English!)

SAFE® Informational DVD for Professionals (in English!)

This SAFE® informational DVD is aimed at persons working in the medical, social, or psychological professions such as midwives, gynecologists, child and adolescent psychotherapists, adult psychotherapists, educators, social education workers, pediatricians, pediatric nurses, and teachers. The DVD contains seven films on various aspects of the SAFE® training program. Four of these films are aimed at interested professionals; the other three films are aimed primarily at SAFE® mentors.

An LMU production. Director: Lydia Oehling. Running time 115 minutes, format 16:9, color (English language)

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Price of the DVD: 29,75 Euro (incl. 19% Vat.)

Plus Porto und handling :
- Germany    :  5,95 € (inkl. 19% MwSt.)
- International: 11,90 € (inkl. 19% MwSt.)

Order per email:
romy.kapfhammer@med.uni-muenchen.de

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1.) Preis der DVD: 98,00 € (inkl. MwSt.)

2.) Versand (Porto + handling):
     - innerhalb Deutschlands:   5,95 € (inkl. MwSt)
     - ins Ausland                   : 11,90 € (inkl. MwSt)

Die Zusendung der DVD erfolgt ausschließlich per Vorkasse.

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SAFE® informational DVD for parents (only in german language)

SAFE® informational DVD for parents
(only in german language)

This informational DVD shows interested parents what they may expect in a SAFE® parent course. The film accompanies several parents as they attend the parent courses. This will give you an introduction to the contents of the program, including, parental hopes and fears, prenatal attachment, the competencies of the infant, the competencies of the parents, among other things. Interview sequences with a diverse array of parents who attended the SAFE® courses will give you insight into how they experienced the program. Only in german language!

A production of LMU, Munich. Director: Lydia Oehling. Running time 25 Min., Format 16:9, color.

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Embracing Closeness (in english)

Embracing Closeness (in english)

The documentary Embracing Closeness  takes a closer look at how to cultivate the parent-child relationship as early as possible and at the importance of a “secure attachment” for child development. The film accompanies two couples and a single mother, all of whom made a conscious decision at the outset to cultivate a warm and loving relationship with their children. Brisch, K. H. (2007)

Produced by LMU, Munich. Director: Lydia Oehling. Total film length 55 Min., Format 16:9, colour.

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B.A.S.E.®-Babywatching in preschool (in english)

B.A.S.E.®-Babywatching in preschool (in english)

B.A.S.E.® - Babywatching, against aggression and anxiety for sensitivity and empathie.The B.A.S.E.®-Babywatching  film is primarily aimed at preschool educators, preschool principals, and teachers, but it is may also be used to inform and interest new mothers and fathers (along with their babies). The B.A.S.E.® Babywatching DVD consists of five short clips. The first film clip presents the actual procedure of B.A.S.E.® Babywatching.The other clips show segments of babywatching at different facilities, after which the educators, principals, and mothers report on their experiences with B.A.S.E.® Babywatching. Brisch, K. H. (2007)

Produced by LMU, Munich. Director: Lydia Oehling. Total film length 58 Min., Format 16:9, colour.

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Costs:
Price of the DVD: 29,75 Euro (19% VAUT included)

Plus shipping costs (Porto und handling) :
- For Germany            :  5,95 € (19% VAUT included)
- For foreign countries: 11,90 € (19% VAUT included)

B.A.S.E.® - Babywatching at school (in english)

B.A.S.E.® - Babywatching at school (in english)

This B.A.S.E.® Babywatching in School DVD is primarily aimed at elementary school teachers, headmasters and headmistresses, and other persons who are interested in implementing prevention programs in schools. But it may also be used to inform and interest new mothers and fathers (along with their babies).
The Info-DVD B.A.S.E.® Babywatching in School contains four films.

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Costs:
Price of the DVD: 29,75 Euro (19% VAUT included)

Plus shipping costs (Porto und handling) :
- For Germany            :  5,95 € (19% VAUT included)
- For foreign countries: 11,90 € (19% VAUT included)