Attachment doesn’t have to be hugs and visions of happiness, attachment is simply the ability to create safety, to connect with and to be acknowledged by you.
But for a lot of us, attachment was not something we grew up with, and isn’t natural to do. So, this course will offer some tips, strategies and validity to why it is so important to create these processes in your room.
“A key component of attachment is emotional connectedness, where a child’s caregiver has
connected or attuned themselves to the needs, sounds and desires of the child. The child can then relay these emotions between them both, communicating emotional needs through tone, facial expressions and gestures. Through these attuned experiences a child’s emotions are validated and regulated and creates an understanding of a safe world through the eyes of the child”.