The Circle of Security® Parenting program is based on 50 years of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened, and how this type of early intervention can effect outcomes for the child across their lifespan.
The principles help you set the foundations for healthy, emotionally open relationships that apply across your child’s whole life. This has a significant impact on a child’s mental health later in life, increases their ability to regulate their emotions and has the potential to influence the relationship your children have with their own children.
Corinna Chambers Psychologists run the 8 week Circle of Security Parenting program 3 times a year provided there are at least 8-10 parents registered to attend.
Our program is especially suitable for working parents who are unable to attend the free programs that are mostly run during the work day and we have scheduled the course after hours to accommodate this. These sessions usually run between 6:30-8:30pm on a Monday evening.
Potential Program Timeframes
- Curtin (Woden)
- 6:30pm- 8:30pm Monday evenings
- 8 weeks
Fees are applicable to attend, which are approximately $85 per person (discount applies for couples). Medicare rebates may apply with a mental plan from your GP and a referral letter that states ‘group therapy’. Full payment will need to be made at each session, if eligible a rebate can be claimed making the out of pocket expense approximately $53 per person.
Please contact Corinna Chambers Psychologists reception on 6260 3366 to register interest and for further information about fees and medicare rebates.
Places are limited, this is an 8 week program and commitment to attend all sessions is required to register. Make up sessions can be arranged if you miss 1 or 2 sessions.
About the facilitators
Christine White- Clinical Psychologist
B.A.Psych, Grad.Dip.Psych, M.Psych
Christine White has many years experience in a range of therapies with adults, children, families and couples. Christine has an extensive background in maternal & child heath underpinned by training in midwifery and nursing. She has a special interest in perinatal health for women, infant mental health, parent child relationships that includes training & experience in the attachment theory framework of Circle of Security and couple relationships using Gottman informed Couple Therapy.
Tanya Bowe- Psychologist
B.Psych, Grad.Dip.Psych, M. OrgPsych
Tanya has a special interest in women’s perinatal mental health, and has worked as a psychologist for 10 years. As mother of two young children, she understands the range of emotions women experience adjusting to parenthood, including relationship changes and unresolved issues from one’s own past/childhood. Tanya is trained in Circle of Security Parenting, ACT, CBT, and schema therapy.