Did you ever wonder why some children seem to thrive wherever they go? They are resilient and resourceful, they trust people and make the most of opportunities that come their way.
And some... barely get by. They don’t know what they want, they have hard time getting on with their peers and drift from one thing to another without engaging with anything much.
(Of course it is a huge exaggeration for the sake of clarity – most children are somewhere in between.)
I know that the root cause of those many differences between the two groups of children I just described is their sense of security (or the lack of it).
Emotional security creates strong roots for healthy development in every area: it enables the child to follow their interests and develop mastery as well as feel comfortable in close relationships.
Join me for practical parenting workshop that will give you tools to nurture your child’s sense of security through every interaction, be it pleasant or challenging.
• A simple way to stay calm and collected in challenging situations
• 3 main emotional needs of your child – meeting those needs forms a solid foundation for your child’s sense of security.
• 5 questions to ask yourself when you are feeling confused. Those questions will help you find the root cause of what’s not working and address it in a way that feels good for both you and your child.
• How to reconnect with your child if you have fallen out. It’s worth coming to the workshop just for this one piece!
Suitable for parents and carers of children of all ages.
Tickets are £10 to be booked in advance.