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Robert S. Marvin

Director

The Ainsworth Attachment Clinic

HQ Phone:  (434) 984-2722

Email: b***@***.org

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The Ainsworth Attachment Clinic

914 E Jefferson St

Charlottesville, Virginia,22902

United States

Company Description

The Ainsworth Attachment Clinic provides evaluation, and intervention-planning, professional training, and consultation regarding children from birth through adolescence who have experienced significant challenges or disruptions to their relationships and/or a...more

Background Information

Employment History

Undergraduate Student and Research Associate

Johns Hopkins University


Affiliations

University of Virginia

Professor Emeritus Professor


Washington School of Psychiatry

Advisory Board Member


Education

Ph.D.

developmental and clinical psychology

University of Chicago


PhD

The Johns Hopkins University


Web References(73 Total References)


The Ainsworth Attachment Clinic and The Circle of Security :: Clinic Staff

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Robert Marvin, PhD
Robert S. Marvin, PhD Director Dr. Bob Marvin was an undergraduate student and research associate with Mary D. Ainsworth at The Johns Hopkins University. Throughout his career, Bob has been active in basic and clinical attachment research, and in intervening with families who have children with chronic medical conditions and/or histories of disrupted early relationships. This work has led him to focus increasingly on developing clinical tools for assessing and intervening with families of foster and adopted children, and with families experiencing divorce or other types of parental separation. From 1998-2006, Bob was the Principal Investigator on federally-funded projects that developed and tested the Circle of Security® version of Attachment Theory, and The Circle of Security® Intervention protocol. Currently, he is active in implementing variations of this Circle of Security framework in developing community-based partnerships among professionals working with families with at-risk children. These include children at risk of removal, foster and adoptive families, children of divorce, families who have children with chronic medical conditions, and parent-child relationship challenges related to trauma. He travels extensively to train these professionals in implementing science-based practices that integrate developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and family systems work.


The Ainsworth Attachment Clinic and The Circle of Security :: Clinic Staff

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Robert Marvin, PhD
Robert S. Marvin, PhD Director Dr. Bob Marvin was an undergraduate student and research associate with Mary D. Ainsworth at The Johns Hopkins University. Throughout his career, Bob has been active in basic and clinical attachment research, and in intervening with families who have children with chronic medical conditions and/or histories of disrupted early relationships. This work has led him to focus increasingly on developing clinical tools for assessing and intervening with families of foster and adopted children, and with families experiencing divorce or other types of parental separation. From 1998-2006, Bob was the Principal Investigator on federally-funded projects that developed and tested the Circle of Security® version of Attachment Theory, and The Circle of Security® Intervention protocol. Currently, he is active in implementing variations of this Circle of Security framework in developing community-based partnerships among professionals working with families with at-risk children. These include children at risk of removal, foster and adoptive families, children of divorce, families who have children with chronic medical conditions, and parent-child relationship challenges related to trauma. He travels extensively to train these professionals in implementing science-based practices that integrate developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and family systems work.


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Robert Marvin, PhD
Robert S. Marvin, Ph.D. Director rsm8j@virginia.edu


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Robert S. Marvin, Ph.D., Director
Robert S. Marvin, Ph.D., Director Robert S. Marvin, Ph.D. Dr. Bob Marvin was an undergraduate student and research associate with Mary D. Ainsworth at The Johns Hopkins University. Throughout his career, Bob has been active in basic and clinical attachment research, and in intervening with families who have children with chronic medical conditions and/or histories of disrupted early relationships. This work has led him to focus increasingly on developing clinical tools for assessing and intervening with families of foster and adopted children, and with families experiencing divorce or other types of parental separation. From 1998-2006, Bob was the Principal Investigator on federally-funded projects that developed and tested the Circle of Security® version of Attachment Theory, and The Circle of Security® Intervention protocol. Currently, he is especially active in implementing variations of this Circle of Security framework in developing community-based partnerships among professionals working with families with at-risk children. These include children at risk of removal, foster and adoptive families, children of divorce, families who have children with chronic medical conditions, and parent-child relationship challenges related to trauma. He travels extensively to train these professionals in implementing science-based practices that integrate developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and family systems work.


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Robert Marvin | Robert Marvin, Ph.D. | Dr. Robert Marvin
Robert Marvin | Robert Marvin, Ph.D. | Dr. Robert Marvin Robert Marvin | Robert Marvin, Ph.D. | Dr. Robert Marvin Robert S. Marvin, Ph.D., Director Robert S. Marvin, Ph.D., Director Robert S. Marvin, Ph.D. Dr. Bob Marvin was an undergraduate student and research associate with Mary D. Ainsworth at The Johns Hopkins University. Throughout his career, Bob has been active in basic and clinical attachment research, and in intervening with families who have children with chronic medical conditions and/or histories of disrupted early relationships. This work has led him to focus increasingly on developing clinical tools for assessing and intervening with families of foster and adopted children, and with families experiencing divorce or other types of parental separation. From 1998-2006, Bob was the Principal Investigator on federally-funded projects that developed and tested the Circle of Security® version of Attachment Theory, and The Circle of Security® Intervention protocol. Currently, he is especially active in implementing variations of this Circle of Security framework in developing community-based partnerships among professionals working with families with at-risk children. These include children at risk of removal, foster and adoptive families, children of divorce, families who have children with chronic medical conditions, and parent-child relationship challenges related to trauma. He travels extensively to train these professionals in implementing science-based practices that integrate developmental psychology, clinical psychology, and family systems work.


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