Circle of Security Parenting™ Programme

Feeling lost about what your child needs? Wondering if you are doing the right things to help them grow? Parenting can feel like such a daunting task sometimes. You are not alone if you have ever felt lost or had doubts about what you are doing as a parent.

Now, imagine if you had an easy to understand framework built on decades of research that could help you to:

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

Find out more about the Circle of Security Parenting™ (COSP) programme is built on over fifty years of research on early child development and attachment theory.

About the Circle of Security Parenting™ Programme

The Circle of Security Parenting™ (COSP) programme is an 8 week parenting programme that helps to foster secure parent-child relationships. Research has shown that having a secure attachment is critical to a child’s current and future well-being.

Children with a secure attachment have been found to:

  • Enjoy more happiness with their parents
  • Turn to their parents for help when they are in trouble
  • Solve problems on their own
  • Get along better with friends
  • Build lasting friendships
  • Have higher self-esteem
  • Trust the people they love
  • Know how to be kind to those around them

Build strong parent-child relationships with Circle of Security Parenting Programme

Circle of Security Parenting™ Programme Details

The Circle of Security Parenting™ (COSP) programme will be conducted by our Principal Counsellor, Ms Sophia Goh. Sophia is a Registered Circle of Security Parenting™ Facilitator and a parent of one. She adopts a respectful parenting approach.

The programme will be a closed group of 4 to 6 participants, and run for 8 weeks, meeting weekly for 1.5 hours. At the end of the programme, all participants will receive a manual and a Certificate of Attendance.

Recommended Resources:

Circle of Security International Website

Raising a Secure Child by Bert Powell, Glen Cooper, and Kent Hoffman