Attachment and the caregiver-child relationship in the early years.
An education workshop for caregivers with children 0-6 years.
Facilitated by Victoria Challies and Carmen Hartle.
Having a secure safe base allows young children the confidence to explore their world, try new things, and trust that their primary caregivers will help sooth distress when needed. This workshop will explore how caregivers can use the most important tool – themselves – to understand and respond to their children’s cues. In understanding and responding to children’s cues, caregivers use their relationship as the foundation to promote their child’s mental health.
Victoria Challies is an Infant, Child, and Adolescent Mental Health Clinician with the Ministry of Children and Family Development in Squamish. Carmen Hartle is an Aboriginal Supported Child Development Consultant with Ayas Men Men Child and Family Services in Squamish Valley.
March 6 5:30-7 at The Program House, Squamish Nation,