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Supporting The Parent/Child Bond Through an Attachment Based Framework in the Playgroup Context

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Brighter Futures is a NSW Government funded program that provides targeted support to vulnerable families to prevent them from entering or escalating into the child protection system. In Northern Sydney it is provided by the Benevolent Society, a non government organization.

The program at North Ryde is offered by an inter-disciplinary team through home visiting, case management, parenting groups, an early intervention preschool and a supported playgroup.

Playgroup provides an opportunity to support the parent/child bond through attachment based interventions. In particular we use the Circle of Security framework (Cooper, Hoffman, Marvin and Powell 2002) to promote secure attachment. The Circle of Security framework makes attachment ideas accessible to parents by the use of a diagram that describes a secure base, as well as the child’s needs for exploration and a safe haven. By supporting parents to make a secure connection with their children they are then able to use this connection to support their child’s skills to play with their peers.

The playgroup context offers a good opportunity for parents to become aware of how their children travel around the Circle of Security and the part they can play in supporting their children’s physical, social and emotional development at the same time as strengthening the parent/child relationship.
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Name: Children and Childhoods Research Symposium
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Solomon, Matthew., Tomc, Carolyn. and Bray, Jane. "Supporting The Parent/Child Bond Through an Attachment Based Framework in the Playgroup Context" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Children and Childhoods Research Symposium, Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, Sep 24, 2010 <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p439231_index.html>

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Solomon, M. , Tomc, C. and Bray, J. , 2010-09-24 "Supporting The Parent/Child Bond Through an Attachment Based Framework in the Playgroup Context" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Children and Childhoods Research Symposium, Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p439231_index.html

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Abstract: Brighter Futures is a NSW Government funded program that provides targeted support to vulnerable families to prevent them from entering or escalating into the child protection system. In Northern Sydney it is provided by the Benevolent Society, a non government organization.

The program at North Ryde is offered by an inter-disciplinary team through home visiting, case management, parenting groups, an early intervention preschool and a supported playgroup.

Playgroup provides an opportunity to support the parent/child bond through attachment based interventions. In particular we use the Circle of Security framework (Cooper, Hoffman, Marvin and Powell 2002) to promote secure attachment. The Circle of Security framework makes attachment ideas accessible to parents by the use of a diagram that describes a secure base, as well as the child’s needs for exploration and a safe haven. By supporting parents to make a secure connection with their children they are then able to use this connection to support their child’s skills to play with their peers.

The playgroup context offers a good opportunity for parents to become aware of how their children travel around the Circle of Security and the part they can play in supporting their children’s physical, social and emotional development at the same time as strengthening the parent/child relationship.


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