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Circle of Security Parenting: Learning to Understand your Child’s Needs and Emotional World: 3-Part Series (October 30- November 13, 2019)

Rosemary Frazel, MSW, LICSW
Anna Clavin, MA, LMFT, IMH-E (III)
WHEN Wednesday, Oct 30th 2019 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM (CST)
COST $120.00 per person
$220.00 per parenting couple
LOCATION Maple Grove Library, 8001 Main St, Maple Grove, MN 55369

*This is a 3-Part Series (Wednesdays October 30, November 6, and November 13, 2019)*

At times all parents feel lost or without a clue about what our child might need from us. Imagine what it might feel like if you were able to make sense of what your child was really asking from you. The Circle of Security® Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened. Learn to understand your child’s emotional world by learning to read emotional needs, support your child’s ability to successfully manage emotions, enhance the development of your child’s self-esteem, and honor the innate wisdom and desire for your child to be secure. We welcome any interested caregivers to join!

Rosemary Frazel, MSW, LICSW, is a mental therapist in Minneapolis with a focus on early childhood mental health. She brings a wealth of experience in child development and teaching from her background in early childhood family education and in preschool programs helping parents and teachers cope with challenging behavior. She uses an attachment-based lens to help caregivers learn easier and less stressful ways to connect to their children. She has worked extensively with children impacted by a variety of stressors, including adoption, post-traumatic stress, exposure to domestic violence, loss of a caregiver and poverty.

Anna Clavin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She works at a non-profit mental health agency in St. Cloud, MN, providing services to individuals across the life span, with an emphasis on infancy/early childhood and their caregivers. She is dedicated to helping individuals and families find hope, strength, and connection by supporting emotional, relational, and developmental growth. In addition to her clinical work she facilitates Circle of Security groups, facilitates trainings/consultation and is actively involved in her community through committees that serve to increase awareness and access to services.