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Circle of Security Parenting

September 12, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

8-week Parenting workshop starting 09/12/2022 and ending on 11/14/2022. The class will be held virtually via ZOOM Monday evenings from 6-8 pm.  REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN and will close on 08/28/2022.  REGISTER HERE  

Cost: $320

Follow this link to watch a short video to learn more about Circle of Security  (Attachment Theory) parenting.

What is COSP?

At times all parents feel lost or without a clue about what our child might need from us. Imagine what it might feel like if you could make sense of what your child was asking from you. The Circle of Security® Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened.

Using the COSP™ model developed by the Circle of Security originators, our trained Facilitators work with parents and caregivers to help them to:

  • Understand their child’s emotional world by learning to read emotional needs
  • Support their child’s ability to successfully manage emotions
  • Enhance the development of their child’s self esteem
  • Honor the innate wisdom and desire for their child to be secure

Your COSP Facilitators for this workshop are Nicole Donatto, DI, Pyramid Facilitator and Dayna Webb MA LPC. This dynamic team have combined experience in early childhood of more than 26 years.

Here are some founding principles that underlie the Circle of Security models of intervention

1 Attachment problems in infancy and early childhood increase the probability of psychopathology later on in life.

2 Secure attachment relationships with caregivers are a protective factor for infants and preschoolers, setting the foundation for social competence and promoting effective functioning of the emotion regulation and stress response systems.

3 The quality of the attachment relationship is amenable to change.

4 Learning, including therapeutic change, occurs from within a secure base relationship.

5 Lasting change in the attachment relationship comes from caregivers’ developing specific relationship capacities rather than learning techniques to manage behavior.

6 All caregivers want what is best for their children.




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