By Kathleen A. Chara, Paul J. Chara Jr.
A secure position for Caleb is a complete and richly illustrated source for people of every age who're facing attachment difficulties. mom and dad, pros, and lay humans will locate this ebook precious in realizing and addressing attachment problems in little ones, young people, and adults. the 1st half the publication is an interactive tale that follows the reviews of Caleb, a tender boy who relates his problems and frustrations in forming and maintaining fit relationships. He learns thoughts for dealing with attachment matters in the course of his trip to the secure Tree residence, the place he's brought to the 4 ''attachment therapeutic keys''. those act as healing instruments to liberate problems with attachment, and are awarded utilizing textual content and illustrations which are simply available for readers of every age, even for little ones. the second one half the e-book offers a precis of present clinical proposal on attachment kinds and issues, and offers a big selection of overview instruments, photocopiable fabric and therapeutic innovations to deal with attachment problems. Lists of invaluable corporations and appropriate analyzing fabrics also are provided. in response to proven mental rules, the ebook is a distinct and imaginitive advisor for pros, mom and dad, caregivers, and other people of every age who're facing attachment concerns.
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Smith) and I told grandma I was so sad because mom didn’t like me, but that I really liked her. I also said that I wished mom could be more like grandma, who is 33 kind and nice to me. This was a lie, of course. I was trying to get grandma to think mom was the problem, not me, and to feel sorry for me. Unfortunately, my grandma believed it at first. Later, my mom, dad, grandma, and I had to sit down to talk about the bruises. Dad said that he saw me fall off my bike and that he helped me with the bruises that I was claiming were from mom.
We are the SMITHS – we are a family! I hope some of my ideas will help you to feel safe on the inside and deal with some of the sad things that have happened to you. And I hope that you will be able to deal with your feelings without hurting yourself or others!! I still use my SAFE TREE HOUSE when I need to. You can change some of these activities to match what is troubling you. You don’t have to have the same pictures or thoughts in your head as me to use them. Remember to practice telling yourself the truth and to stop listening to HURTING BELIEFS in your head.
John, my family, and me) could work on my wishes and come up with a new family plan. A little while later, I told Dr. ” I am ready to feel safe on the inside, to stop having awful dreams, to stop feeling like I am going to die, to stop hurting people in my family, and to stop feeling so bad all the time about my birth mom. ” I am so glad that we decided to let Dr. John tell us about these fun activities because I really wanted to feel safe on the inside and work on some of my other problems. The healing activities that he showed us have helped me so much!
A Safe Place for Caleb: An Interactive Book for Kids, Teens and Adults with Issues of Attachment, Grief, Loss or Early Trauma by Kathleen A. Chara, Paul J. Chara Jr.