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“Circle of Security was an absolute eye opener. You have to see it for yourself and then you’ll understand”
circle of security parenting
As parents, we have all asked questions like: Why would they behave like that? What am I supposed to do now? Why is this so hard? Circle of Security Parenting© Groups are designed to give parents ‘a map’ for understanding and responding to their children’s emotional needs. They help us focus on the most important thing of all - our relationship with our children.
Circle of Security Parenting Groups run across the UK in a huge number of different settings. The groups usually run for eight weeks and have about twelve parents per group. There is a mixture of DVD material and facilitator led discussion.
Circle of Security Parenting for parents of teens
PARENTING TEENS RELATIONALLY
Teenagers, they get a lot of bad press. Seemingly overnight your once sweet, adoring children become moody, self-obsessed and defiant. It can seem that you no longer matter whereas in fact your relationship with them remains remains incredibly important. A strong, loving connection with you helps your teenager be more resilient and able to cope with the stresses and challenges of teenage life.
Join this COS-P group to meet with other parents/carers to know more about how to connect with and understand your teenager/pre-teens
We all have times when we feel a little stuck. If your baby isn’t sleeping or your teenager is in meltdown it’s hard to think about anything else.
At the Connected Lives London hub we offer one-off parenting sessions to give you help and advice for those tricky times. Topic-specific evenings will run regularly to provide local parents with advice on child rearing as well as an opportunity to meet informally with other parents to discuss issues that they might be struggling with.
Start date: 30th September 2019
Mondays 19.30 - 21.00
Start date: 7th October 2019
Watch this space …