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Circle of Security Parenting Groups

WHEN: Spring 2021

Circle of Security Parenting™ (COSP) is an 8-chapter parenting program based on years of research about how to build strong attachment relationships between parent and child. It is designed to help parents learn how to respond to their child’s needs in a way that enhances the attachment between parent and child. It helps parents give their children a feeling of security and confidence so they can explore, learn, grow and build positive relationships; all essential skills for life-long success.

Circle of Security Parenting Groups are planned for Spring/Summer 2021. Groups will take place via Zoom. If you would like to receive group announcement notifications, please submit your information using the form below.



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Everyday Activities to Support the Social Development of Children

Presenter: Jennifer Reid, M.A.
Early School Director/In-School Therapeutic Services Coordinator
Lucy Daniels Center


Emily Odjaghian, Psy.D.
Mental Health Clinician
Lucy Daniels Center

WHEN: Thursday, February 18, 2021, 10:00 AM
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Are you concerned about the impact of Covid-19 on your child’s social development? Join psychologist Emily Odjaghian and education specialist Jennifer Reid as they discuss ways to support the social development of children at home. Dr. Odjaghian and Ms. Reid, combining their clinical and classroom expertise, will focus on children ranging in age from preschool through 5th grade. While especially timely during this period of social distancing and limited social interactions in school, the topic is relevant beyond pandemic restrictions in its exploration of ways to help children develop their relationship skills.

More about the presenters:

Emily Odjaghian, Psy.D.

Dr. Odjaghian earned a doctorate of psychology in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University San Francisco. Over the past 11 years, she has been seeing and treating children and families regarding issues such as attachment, adoption, trauma, grief/bereavement, and conflict resolution. Dr. Odjaghian joined the Lucy Daniels Center in 2016 and currently works both in the Farley-Manning Family Guidance Service as an outpatient therapist, as well as a Mental Health Consultant and group facilitator delivering the Circle of Security Parenting program. Dr. Odjaghian’s work in both realms focuses on building insight and healthy relationships where emotional needs can be understood, communicated, and responded to in ways that deepen meaningful connections with others.

Jennifer Reid, M.A.

Ms. Reid earned a Master of Arts degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from New York University. She has been teaching and working with children since 2000. She joined the Lucy Daniels School in 2005 and has taught in the therapeutic preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school classrooms. She currently serves as a support for Lucy Daniels School’s therapeutic teachers and classrooms and coordinates the clinical and school services for children enrolled in the therapeutic day school. Ms. Reid is also a part of the Lucy Daniels Center’s outreach program, leading professional development workshops for teachers in the community, observing children in early childhood settings and providing feedback and guidance to teachers, and connecting with parents through publications and individual consultations. Her areas of interest include therapeutic teaching and using a psychodynamic understanding of development to help children reach their highest potential as learners and members of a group.

Please Note: Parents, caregivers, physicians and service providers, and teachers are welcome.

We hope you will also schedule a follow-up consultation (up to 4 hours at no cost) with an education specialist or a licensed counselor to address your specific needs or goals:
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