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Circle of Security
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Circle of Security

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1 Attachment problems in infancy and early childhood increase the probability of psychopathology later on in life. 2 Secure attachment relationships with caregivers are a protective factor for infants and preschoolers, setting the foundation for social competence and promoting effective functioning of the emotion regulation and stress response systems. 3 The quality of the attachment relationship is amenable to change. 4 Learning, including therapeutic change, occurs from within a secure base relationship. 5 Lasting change in the attachment relationship comes from caregivers’ developing specific relationship capacities rather than learning techniques to manage behavior. 6 All caregivers want what is best for their children.

Group Details

Location

Tulsa Counseling Group

2840 East 51st Street

105

Tulsa, OK 74105

Expertise

Adoption,  Child,  Parenting 

Types of Therapy

Relational 

Age

Children (6 to 10) 
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Practice at a Glance

Tulsa Counseling Group

2840 East 51st Street

105

Tulsa, OK 74105

Location

Tulsa Counseling Group

2840 East 51st Street

105

Tulsa, OK 74105