All parents want to connect with their children and meet their needs. But sometimes in the everyday moments of parenting, the way to actually do this is confusing. Is there a way to understand and then respond to difficult behavior? Why is my child doing that? How can I recognize and meet the emotional needs of my child?
Circle of Security is a relationship based parenting program founded on decades of research. Using video examples of real families and group discussions of everyday experiences, participants will develop more secure relationships with their children.
Children who have a secure attachment with their parents exhibit greater self esteem, better relationships with others, increased empathy, and increased emotional coping skills. These are things we all wish for our growing children. Click here or watch the video below for more information on Circle of Security Parenting.
Spring Group Information
Who: Moms of children ages 0-6
Dates: March 20 & 27, April 10, 17 & 24, May 1, 8 & 15
Location: 1330 St. Mary's St., Raleigh NC 27605
- Eight (8) weekly 1 ½ hour meetings
- Emphasis on raising an emotionally secure child
- Small, intimate setting
- Deadline to sign up for this class is Friday March 16
*Partial scholarships are available. Contact Tricia for more information.
Tricia began her motherhood journey over thirty years ago. Amidst the ups and downs of parenting three biological sons and two adopted daughters, she overhauled her parenting perspective and practice. She is a Circle of Security Parenting facilitator, author of Adopting Grace: A Parenting Journey from Fear to Freedom, and lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Interested? Still have questions? Send Tricia an email.