CIRCLE OF SECURITY INTENSIVE TRAINING
Sponsored by : Asociatia Atelierul de Zambete
Presented by Joe Coyne – Circle of Security Trainer
23 – 27 september & 30 september – 4 october 2019 (Monday – Friday, 9.00 – 16.00)
This ten-day training is designed for clinicians who are interested in assessment and treatment planning based upon the Circle of Security approach. Learning will be focused on a systematic approach for evaluating parental states of mind, identifying precise strengths and linchpin diflculties in parent/child interactions, and creating specific treatment plans tailored to the unique themes of each parent/child dyad.
This training ouers tools for competency in evaluation and treatment planning for the COS protocol. It does not, in itself, imply certification in the full COS protocol. Certification for Level 1 of COS will be available to those passing a post-training examination for an additional fee. Attendance at this training does not enable practitioners to use the COS Parenting DVD. Use of the COS- P protocol requires an additional 4 day course of training.
2-4 General Gheorghe Manu Street Bucharest, Romania
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychologists, Infant Mental Healh Practitioners, Mental Health Counselors, Home Visitors, Family Support Workers, Outreach Workers, Behavior Support Specialists, and anyone providing parenting education and/or counseling to parents of young children.
$700 USD if registered before 26 August. This rate is for Romanian citizens only all others must contact firstname.lastname@example.org for rate information.
$800 with payment after 26 August 2019
5-9 people 10% discount, 10 or more 15% discount.
Please see our website for group rate details. Must be registered before 26 August 2019 for the discount.
Morning and Afternoon snacks provided. Lunch is not included.
Learning Objectives of the Training:
The Strange Situation thru the lens of the Circle of Security
The Circle of Security Interview
Tracking key caregiver capacities, (reflective function, empathy, affect regulation, etc.)
Differential diagnosis of the caregiver core sensitivity/style of relatedness
Assessing the defensive style of the child
Creating individualized treatment plans
The Circle of Security Intervention: Enhancing Attachment in Early Parent-Child Relationships by Bert Powell, Glen Cooper, Kent Houman, and Robert S. Marvin, is required reading prior to the course.
In my view, the Circle of Security (COS) is an approach that has changed the game Uis intervention translates attach-
ment research more meaningfully and more directly than anything we have seen before.
Charles H. Zeanah, M.D. Tulane University School of Medicine Editor, Handbook of Infant Mental Health
Registration is open at www.circleofsecurityinternational.com
For registration questions, contact email@example.com