A little extra CARE in tough times

Hi everyone. In a follow-up to yesterday’s post, I thought I would provide a complementary infographic that acknowledges that in tough times children benefit from a little extra CARE also. This seems most apt in this most troubling of times. I intend to post regularly through this period and provide further practical resources and guidance for parents and caregivers of children. I am happy to receive feedback and suggestions about what readers of this blog might like me to address. For now, please find an updated resource below, a PDF of which can be downloaded here.

The CARE Model is explained in more detail in A Short Introduction to Attachment and Attachment Disorder (Second Edition). To purchase the book, and support this site, please consider doing so from one of the sites below by clicking on the caption:

A straightforward guide to keeping things on track in the home during tough times. Includes printable worksheets – see preview below. 18pp

Pay/donate what you want:

 

Or, download here.

Preview:

About colbypearce

I am a Clinical Psychologist and author who assists children and familes overcome adversity and experience strong and secure attachment relationships.
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2 Responses to A little extra CARE in tough times

  1. Roussos, Rachel (DCP) says:

    Thank you Colby, all your emails and posts are so helpful and relevant!

    Kind regards

    Rachel

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