Blue Ridge Partnership for Children Offers COSP Program

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BRPFC will be offering a Circle of Security group that is going to start April 20th, 2023, and continue for eight consecutive weeks. Please see the flyer below for more information. If you have any questions, please contact Kelsie Gouge at 828.733.2899.

The world’s best job is also the hardest.

Join parents just like you who want to learn a simple way to strengthen their parent-child relationship.

Strengthen your parent-child relationship with the Circle of Security Parenting Program

You’re not alone. We’ve all felt that way.

When your child’s behavior has you confused and frustrated, it’s not uncommon to wonder what’s wrong with him… or what’s wrong with you. We find ourselves asking, “Why would she behave this way?”, “Is there something wrong with him?”, or “Why doesn’t she like me?”

Build a stronger relationship for your child’s long-term success.

Circle of Security Parenting™ is an 8-week parenting program based on years of research about how to build a strong relationship with your children. It is designed to help you learn how to respond to your child’s needs in a way that enhances your connection with him, which often leads to changes in the child’s behavior. Circle of Security Parenting™ helps parents give their children a feeling of security and confidence so they can explore, learn, grow, and build positive relationships – all essential skills for life-long success.

Be bigger, stronger, kinder, and wise.

Through the Circle of Security Parenting program, you’ll start to see that your child’s need for attention is actually a need for connection with you. You’ll learn how to be bigger, stronger, wiser, and kind so you can both set limits and still take the time to understand your child’s emotional world.

About Our Groups

DATE AND TIME: Thursdays, beginning on April 20th for eight weeks from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Child care is provided each night with trained caregivers.
LOCATION: Spruce Pine First Presbyterian Church, 970 Greenwood Rd, Spruce Pine, NC 28777
SPONSORS: The Blue Ridge Partnership for Children, North. Carolina Cooperative Extension, and Parent to Parent Family Support Network
MEALS PROVIDED DURING EACH PARENT GROUP. CONTACT KELSIE (INFO BELOW) WITH FOOD AND/OR ALLERGY CONCERNS