F1 Recognizing Attachment Problems In Children and Parents
Behavioral interventions for children often fail when the issues are attachment-based. In this workshop, participants will 1) learn what types of behaviors in children and their parents suggest attachment problems, 2) learn to view behaviors through an attachment-based lens, and 3) understand basic approaches for addressing these issues.
We will discuss what you can do to intervene and promote healthy attachment.
Dr. Liz England is a Licensed Psychologist, HSPP who specializes in treating families with multi-generational trauma and attachment problems. She is the Clinical Director of Providence House Family Preservation Program in Georgetown, Indiana, which provides residential treatment to children and their parents who are involved with the Indiana Dept. of Child Services. Additionally, Dr. England is the Clinical Consultant for Family Time, who provides home-based therapy and casework to families involved with DCS.