The Strange Situation shown in this DVD was developed by the attachment researcher Mary Ainsworth based on many years of observation. Ainsworth worked closely with John Bowlby, the founder of attachment theory.
Brisch, K. H. (2007): 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). 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).
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.