Training provided by internationally-recognized nonprofit Hand in Hand Parenting for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and others who work with families.
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Certified Hand in Hand Instructors
Maya Coleman, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, M.A. Special Education/Learning Differences
Pamela Oatis, M.D., FAAP, Pediatrician and Medical Director Ethics, Mercy Hospital, Toledo
Shelley Macy, M.A. Human Development, Lead Early Childhood Education Faculty, Northwest Indian College, WA
Robin Setchko, M.A. Counseling
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Overwhelming family stress has profound short-and long-term impact on a child's behavioral functioning
(Burke Harris, 2018)
The single most important protective factor in the context of potentially damaging stress is a strong parent-child relationship.
(Lezin, et. al, 2014)
The WHO recommends that children spend at least 20 minutes a day in intentional, uninterrupted one-on-one time with parents.
80% of adults feel like their parents didn't really love and accept them when they were children
(Goulding, 2013, 2015)
How can they give their children a sense of security and healthy attachment they themselves didn't have?
Hand in Hand offers a set of accessible tools that can be incorporated into families, school communities, and a range of therapeutic settings. The Hand in Hand Parenting approachis an attachment-based, emotion-focused, resiliency-building program that addresses all of the domains outlined in the ARC Framework using five concrete caregiving practices. These tools have been used by thousands of parents, educators, and mental health professionals over the last 30 years. (www.handinhandparenting.org)