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Shark Music and The Core Sensitivities: New Online Course

Circle of Security International (COSI) is excited to introduce a new online course for registered COSP Facilitators. The course, Shark Music and The Core Sensitivities, offers facilitators a deeper journey into understanding one of our most well-known metaphors, Shark Music.

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A Circle Story from Svendborg, Denmark

We attended the COSP training in Copenhagen, including participants from Iceland, Portugal, Sweden, and Denmark in August 2019. We were a group from Svendborg consisting of five health nurses and…

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Following the Path to Security

I am a COSP Facilitator, and I am compelled to reach out to Circle of Security International and thank you. I am amazed at the power, its creation, its influence…

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It’s Never Too Late

In the winter of 2010, when my oldest son was 12 years old I drove 400km (248 miles) round trip once a week for eight weeks to take the Circle…

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It’s in the Repair!

T oday I was playing with my nephew. He’s 2 ½ years old. He had the doctor’s kit and pulled out the blood pressure monitor, holding the inflation valve against…

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All Fall Down

I t’s not always easy to know what our children need. I’ve recently had lots of moments of missing the mark with my infant daughter as she learns to move…

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Longing to be the Hands

Since I now work from my home office, my schedule has changed a bit. I see clients virtually [I’m a Mental Health Counselor and Marriage & Family Therapist], and at…

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The Power of a “Time In”

A young single mom came to a Circle of Security Parenting (COSP) class looking for help with her two-year-old son. The behavior she was most worried about was how much…

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