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People do not act for no reason.
They may act in response to an idea.
They may act in response to an emotion. Continue reading →
Eyes are mirrors for a child’s soul. What do children see in your eyes? Continue reading →
Greet the child before they do anything to initiate engagement with you. Greeting children in this way offers them the experience that they are in your thoughts, that they are worthy and that you are accessible. This is necessary as … Continue reading →
Parental CARE: Implications for Attachment Security and Disorders A webinar with Colby Pearce Saturday 20 May 2017, 10.00am – 1.00pm, London, UK time In the same way that an infant’s attachments develop in association with their experience of who cares for … Continue reading →
Earlier this year I set about revising and updating A Short Introduction to Attachment and Attachment Disorder. The second edition is available from December 2016. As part of the revision process I considered what we might mean when talking about … Continue reading →
As a practising Clinical Psychologist and as a father to three boys I often think of child-rearing as akin to being a farmer who grows crops. The farmer expends significant effort preparing the soil and sowing seeds. Then the farmer waits and … Continue reading →
Triple-A is an approach to the therapeutic care of children that emphasises human connection. It is relational, practical and rooted in conventional caregiving practices. As such, it is an enrichment programme, as opposed to a wholesale alternative to conventional caregiving … Continue reading →
An Australian-developed program for foster carers is receiving unreserved support in Donegal, Ireland. Known as the Triple-A Model of Therapeutic Care, the program is currently being delivered by Secure Attachment Matters Ireland with support from TUSLA, the Irish Government Child and … Continue reading →