It has been known for many decades now just how important attachment is for the building of a healthy stress regulation system. Children who have secure attachments will be more emotionally resilient, be more able to make positive relationships, more able to develop empathy and more able to recover from life’s challenges and difficulties. Positive attachments […]Read more "Attachment Theory"
Following on from our Thrive training earlier this month, we will be posting a series of articles inspired by Jan’s session. Here we look at how, from the third trimester of pregnancy and through the first three years of life, our emotional landscape is being laid down and structured neurologically. We know that 90% of the growth […]Read more "The neuroscience of emotional development"