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Attachment based Parenting:
what is it and why does it matter?

Attachment-based parenting is a parenting philosophy that prioritizes building a strong emotional connection between the caregiver and child. It involves responding to the child's needs in a timely and sensitive manner, practicing positive discipline, and providing a secure and nurturing environment.


The goal of attachment-based parenting is to foster a secure attachment between the child and caregiver, which can have long-term benefits for the child's emotional and social development. The research shows that the bond between an individual and their caregiver in childhood can shape their attachment style and affect their adult relationships. 

Ready to learn how to build a more secure attachment to your child?
It's never too late to begin.

Early experiences shapes the structure and function of the brain. This reveals the fundamental way in which gene expression is determined by experience. 

Dr. Daniel Siegel

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