By Kathleen A. Chara, Paul J. Chara Jr.
A secure position for Caleb is a entire and richly illustrated source for people of every age who're facing attachment difficulties. mom and dad, pros, and lay humans will locate this e-book worthy in knowing and addressing attachment problems in young children, youth, and adults. the 1st half the ebook is an interactive tale that follows the reports of Caleb, a tender boy who relates his problems and frustrations in forming and maintaining fit relationships. He learns suggestions for dealing with attachment matters in the course of his trip to the secure Tree condo, the place he's brought to the 4 ''attachment therapeutic keys''. those act as healing instruments to free up problems with attachment, and are provided utilizing textual content and illustrations which are simply obtainable for readers of every age, even for young ones. the second one half the publication provides a precis of present medical suggestion on attachment kinds and issues, and offers a big selection of evaluate instruments, photocopiable fabric and therapeutic thoughts to deal with attachment problems. Lists of priceless organisations and appropriate studying fabrics also are offered. in keeping with validated mental rules, the booklet is a different and resourceful consultant for pros, mom and dad, caregivers, and other people of every age who're facing attachment matters.
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But, you know, when I practice HEALING BEHAVIORS my thoughts really do change into HEALING BELIEFS – that diamond key really does work! There are many different ways to use the SAFE TREE HOUSE. It’s a safe place created in your head to use when you remember sad or scary things or when you feel scared, hurt, lonely, or confused about things that happened when you were younger. Dr. John said that it can be used to deal with all the bad memories. Let me tell you about one way that I have used the SAFE TREE HOUSE.
And then there is our dog Tubby. That old hound thinks he is the boss of the family!! 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.
John and my family were drawing pictures of things that we hoped for. My mom said that she wished it didn’t rain so much and drew a picture of a big yellow sun on her paper. At that moment, all my wishes rushed out of my mouth before I could even draw them. I told everyone that I wished I could feel safe on the inside – deep down inside. I told them that I still have bad dreams about my life before my adoption and that sometimes I have nightmares of horrible things that make little sense to me, and I wished that they would stop.