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Dr. Robert S. Marvin

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Director

Phone: (434) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.edu
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...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Professor Emeritus
    University of Virginia School of Medicine
  • Professor Emeritus In the Department of Psychiatric Medicine and Research Professor In the Department of Psychology
    University of Virginia
  • Professor Emeritus In the School of Medicine and Research Professor In the Department of Psychology
    University of Virginia
  • Professor Emeritus
    University of Virginia School of Law
  • Director
    Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic
  • Director
    The Circle

Education

  • Ph.D.
  • The Johns Hopkins University
  • PhD
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Dr. Bob Marvin was an undergraduate student and research associate with Mary D. Ainsworth at The Johns Hopkins University.
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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.
The Dark Matter of Love
www.thedarkmatteroflove.com, 15 April 2014 [cached]
Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Dr Robert Marvin, has spent a lifetime developing a world-renowned therapy program that draws upon the past 100 years of scientific discoveries in the field of parent child love.
By working through Dr Marvin's program, the Diaz's are being connected with the latest scientific discoveries into how evolution has hard-wired parents and children to interact in ways that optimize a child's development.
Dr Marvin believes that he can help the Diaz's create an environment in which Masha, Marcel and Vadim can form supportive, loving relationships.
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Dr Marvin's task is to help the Diaz's create an environment where Masha feels she can go to her parents or sister when she's upset.
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Finally, after months of work with Dr Marvin and therapist Nicole, the Diaz's begin to slowly take down Masha's protective wall. She's letting them in. There's still a long way to go but Masha is getting a taste for the comfort and shelter of love.
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Dr Marvin works with both of them on developing ways in which they can pass on all of the best and none of the worst aspects of their relationships with their own parents to their new children.
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On top of the all-consuming task of fostering bonds with the twins and Masha, the Diaz's work with Dr Marvin and Nicole to ensure that Cami doesn't stop going to her parents with her problems.
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Dr Marvin works with Claudio to relax his over reliance on rules, which he inherited from his father and helps Cheryl see that when the boys push her away, its not because they don't like her, it's because they don't know how to have close relationships with adults.
Seeds of Compassion: Event Detail
www.seedsofcompassion.net, 17 Aug 2010 [cached]
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Bob Marvin
Bob Marvin received his Ph.D. in developmental and clinical psychology from the University of Chicago and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota. He is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychiatric Medicine and Research Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia. He is also the Director of the Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic. Marvin helped to create the Circle of Security intervention protocol and uses its framework to develop community-based partnerships among professionals working with foster and adopted children, and children of divorce.
The Longitudinal Studies Network and the ...
www.aracy.org.au [cached]
The Longitudinal Studies Network and the Centre for Social and Early Emotional Development (Deakin University) is proud to present this evening seminar as part of a master class series with Professor Robert Marvin.
Love. Loss. Attachment. Are such concepts too tricky for intervention? Too 'soft' for population research? Professor Bob Marvin opens his Australian tour with this fascinating evening seminar focused on rebuilding children's attachment after trauma and loss. Professor Marvin discusses the importance of the attachment framework for understanding the implications of ruptured care-giving experiences, especially for children experiencing abuse and neglect. He will screen the documentary film The Dark Matter of Love, in which he works with a family that have adopted three Russian orphans.
Who should attend
Focused on pathways of prevention and intervention with children at risk, this seminar will be relevant to a wide range of researchers and clinical practitioners across infant, child and youth mental health, paediatric health care, maternal and child health nursing, child protection, foster care, family court and youth welfare sectors.
About Professor Robert Marvin
Bob Marvin is Professor Emeritus in the School of Medicine and Research Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of Virginia, and Director of the Mary D. Ainsworth Child-Parent Attachment Clinic, Charlottesville, Virginia. He 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. Throughout his career, Bob has been active in clinical attachment research, and in intervening with families who have children with chronic medical conditions and/or histories of disrupted early relationships.
The Daily News Online
www.tdn.com, 22 April 2003 [cached]
"All sorts of things go on during this interaction, but you're watching the reunion very closely," said Dr. Robert Marvin, a researcher at the University of Virginia who is working with the Marycliff group."What you want to see is for the child to show need openly and for that need to be filled," by a quick glance, a smile, a touch -- any intimate signal.
However trivial they might seem, these small exchanges are physically shaping a child's brain and body as he or she grows, new research shows.
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