2020 – Circle of Security International

Finding Empathy on the Other Side of Blame

Here in Australia, we have magpies – a native Australian bird recognizable for its black and white plumage and distinctive song. During Spring, they nest and from the time they’ve…

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Miscues and Music

The following story was shared with us by a parent about her experiences of tracking needs on the Circle, noticing Shark Music, miscues and Choosing Security. During remote learning due…

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Chicken or Egg?

During a COSP Facilitator training, a physiotherapist attending the training reflected on her work with a young child who had severe motor delays. The little girl who was about 5…

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Good Enough

I once knew a weatherman who told me he only had to be right 30% of the time at his job. Upon hearing this, I immediately tried to convince myself…

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The Circle of Security During a Pandemic

Part of the reason parents the world over have found the Circle of Security to be a valuable resource is the simple clarity it provides for tracking children's needs and…

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What I’m Learning About Remote Facilitation

A COSP Facilitator from Canada shares her experiences of facilitating COSP via telehealth during the current global pandemic. To prepare for online delivery, I used the COSP Remote Facilitation Decision…

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New research

We are excited to share two new research articles published last month about the Circle of Security. One of these studies explored the value of Circle of Security Parenting for…

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