THE BASICS OF ATTACHMENT
is a 1-hour presentation by Lee Anne Cooper, founder and executive director of King’s Ranch and author of Unplowed Ground therapeutic parenting program.
In this session, you will gain a basic understanding of what attachment is, how it is formed, and how it affects children from hard places.
This training is an introduction to attachment and its integral role in children, and is perfect for parents interested in helping their rescued children heal, as well as extended family and friends, church leaders and volunteers, teachers and school professionals, and anyone who cares about children.
UNPLOWED GROUND FRIENDS & FAMILY
is a 2.5-hour presentation designed to give extended family, respite care providers, teachers, and church volunteers practical strategies for helping adoptive and foster families who are implementing Unplowed Ground therapeutic parenting in their home.
With step-by-step ideas for implementing Unplowed Ground strategies in a classroom or other short-term care environment, this training will help you more effectively support the adoptive and foster families in your circle.
Unplowed Ground Friends & Family includes the Basics of Attachment, as well as an introduction to Unplowed Ground therapeutic parenting.