Everyday Parenting with Security and Love: Using PACE to Provide Foundations for Attachment


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Published UK, 2017
One of the hardest parenting jobs is to parent a child who fears nurture and comfort. The parent feels rejected, with a pervasive sense of failure. This new book by Kim Golding is organized around her (also newly published) book for professionals, 'Foundations for Attachment Training Resource'. It is based on the PACE model (playfulness, acceptance, curiosity and empathy), which requires some important strengths within the parent to help them rebuild emotional bonds with their child. The final part of the book moves away from the parenting of the child to the parents looking after themselves.

Kim Golding is a consultant clinical psychologist in the UK.
Paperback. 256 pages

See also: Foundations for Attachment Training Resource

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