Attachment 101: Online Seminar
Tuesday, April 12
The relationship between a young child and their primary caregiver provides the foundation for all future relationships. For children to develop trust in the world, caregivers must meet their needs in a loving manner and provide them with a safe and secure base. But what happens when attachment is compromised due to factors such as abuse, neglect, or inconsistent caretaking?
Because adopted children frequently experience insecure or disrupted attachments early in life, it is imperative that adoptive parents have a strong foundation in attachment parenting. Love is not enough. The reality is that adopted children may take longer to forge trusting relationships, and they are counting on you to know what to do to ease the transition. Building a healthy attachment is a process that evolves over time through patience, consistency, attunement, and sensitive responsiveness to your child. The good news is that adopted children can form strong emotional attachments when parents arm themselves with appropriate information, resources and support.
Attending the Attachment 101 online seminar is an important step in becoming an informed parent who not only understands the importance of attachment, but can better address the emotional and behavioral issues that adopted children sometimes present. Preparation and knowledge are the building blocks for success.
Join us on April 12 to learn more about how you can build and sustain a healthy attachment relationship with your child. The online format is convenient, affordable, and easily accessible and allows you to receive expert advice from the comfort of home. What could be easier than that? Investing in the emotional well-being and stability of your family will be well worth the time.
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