Circle of Security

Circle of Security Parenting (COS-P)

Circle of Security Parenting (COS-P)  is becoming world renowned for its ability to make decades of attachment research not only accessible but enjoyable to parents, so that they may strengthen their relationship with their child.

Check out the Circle of Security 8 part series  flyer for the upcoming seminar running 4/2/19 to 5/28/19 (except not 4/16).  In collaboration with First Connections in Acton, this program will be offered free of charge, to parents and caregivers of children aged infant to 5 years old.  Registration details and address for this program are on the flyer.  I hope to see you there!!

Why Circle of Security Parenting:

“At times all parents feel lost or without a clue about what our child might need from us.  Imagine what it might feel like if you were able to make sense of what your child was really asking from you.  The Circle of Security Parenting program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened”

 

Learning Objectives of the Training:

–          Understand your child’s emotional world by learning to read emotional needs

–          Support your child’s ability to successfully manage emotions

–          Enhance the development of your child’s self esteem

–          Honor your innate wisdom and desire for your child to be secure

Find out more about Circle of Security at circleofsecurity.net where you may want to make sure you check out their animations under the “For Parents”  tab.  Their Facebook page is also kept up to date with their various animations.  Although COS-P was originally designed for parents of young kids, many people also like to read their Parents Corner: The Letter Your Teenager Can’t Write You annual repost; this link is from June 23, 2018.

Also, they have a four minute video on youtube here that shows a bit about the “circle”.

Contact me at 978-771-4154 or cs@freshapproachtherapy.com, so we can have a conversation to see if these services are a good match for you.



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