Circle of Security: With a focus on strengthening parent/caregiver – child relationships
Date(s) - Oct 5, 2019
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
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CIRCLE OF SECURITY PARENTING PROGRAM (abbreviated)
and a brief look at developmental trauma and brain states
The purpose of this workshop is to be a participant in the first 3 sessions of the Circle of Security Parenting Program (abbreviated). Participation in this COS-P abbreviated workshop will increase practitioner understanding of, and skill development in supporting secure attachment relationships. Participants will learn to navigate a clear map of children’s needs around the circle and reflect on who children need us to be, finding that balance of meeting needs and being in charge. It will also build skills in supporting the emotional regulation of young children. In the later afternoon we will take a brief look at developmental trauma, brain states and those responses that support secure relationships and therefore build healthier brains.
All Child Care Programs and Families
Professional Development Certificate
Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours
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250 426 5677
Rebecca Mitchell has a Master’s Degree in Developmental Psychology and has been practicing in the field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health for the past 25 years. She currently works in Surrey, BC, at The Centre for Child Development as a Mental Health Clinician attached to the Supported Child Development Program. She is in the privileged role of providing education and training to the center’s Support Teachers and the wider child care community. Rebecca is also the mother of 2 outdoorsy and thriving boys, ages 15 and 20.
East Kootenay Child Care Reource and Referral, East Kootenat Supported Child Development and MCFD