CIRCLE OF SECURITY
Parent Seminar Series
Open for expressions of interest on (03) 6426 3050 for quarterly groups
Psychology CAFFE are pleased to offer an opportunity to enhance attachment security between parents/ caregivers and their children. Research has shown that secure children exhibit increased empathy. greater self-esteem, better relationships with parents and peers, enhanced school readiness, and an increased capacity to handle emotions more effectively when compared with children who are not secure.
The COS intervention is intended to help increase care-givers awareness of their children’s needs and whether their own responses meet those needs.
This Group is NOT parent therapy – it is for learning new information about how you can enhance attachment security between you and your child. Sharing is optional, and it is a safe environment to share the challenges that we are all experiencing as parents in our current world. The skills you learn will complement your already good parenting skills.
Duration & Time:
- 8x weekly sessions – time & day to be announced
- Ulverstone – 22 King Edward Street, Ulverstone, 7315
- Latrobe – 120 Gilbert Street, Latrobe, 7307
Psychology CAFFE are pleased to offer an opportunity for parents to
bring questions and learn about responding to their child’s difficult
behaviours and how to best support their child’s development.
Drawing on parenting programs based on trauma-informed and neuropsychological research into attachment child development, Psychology CAFFE practitioners will facilitate parents to learn relevant and contemporary ways of parenting, and be available to discuss particular questions or issues parents are encountering in the adventure that starts with having kids!
This Group is NOT parent therapy – it is for learning new information about how you can grow your child’s brain and help them to manage feelings. Sharing is optional, and it is a safe environment to share the challenges that we are all experiencing as parents in our current world.
The skills you learn will complement your already good parenting skills.