The objective of Chapters 7, 8, and 9 is to give a picture of mentalization-based child therapy intervention techniques so that therapists in a clinical setting can learn to recognize what strategy they can best adopt in their relationship with the child in order to set the mentalization process in motion. As we began to list interventions, it soon became clear that they could be classified roughly into three groups as distinguished by Anthony Bateman (symposium, December 2002) in discussing the treatment of adult borderline patients: attention regulation, affect regulation, and mentalization. This chapter discusses intervention techniques that have to do with attention regulation. For each type, examples of interventions illustrate the intervention technique.