The following workshops are available for Early Learning Services who wish to host parent programs at their centre.
Calm Parents, Confident Kids
This series of three workshops aims to help parents become calmer and children become confident:
- Connecting with Your Children.
- Calming Yourself and Your Children.
- Emotion Coaching to Build Resilience.
Circle of Security Parenting Program
An award-winning eight-session program that builds security to help your child enjoy more happiness, better relationships, stronger problem-solving skills and, most of all, a strengthened relationship with you.
Parent Educator, Sydney
Tanya Pasalich brings warmth, passion and heart to every moment of her work as a facilitator of programs for parents and educators.
Tanya delivers the Circle of Security Parenting Program, and Calm Parents, Confident Kids which emphasise the importance of attachment, better child-parent relationships and tools to help children manage emotions and build resilience. She also facilitates Circle of Security in the Classroom to early childhood educators so they can provide children with the emotional support they need to develop and safely explore their world. Tanya began her career as a caseworker supporting women escaping domestic violence and discovered her passion for family support work and coaching parents. Since 2016, she has facilitated dozens of parenting groups, bringing skills, warmth, a trauma-informed approach and sensitivity to the needs of diverse communities.
Accreditations and Degrees
Diploma of Counselling
Diploma of Community Services
Circle of Security Parenting Facilitator
Circle of Security in the Classroom Facilitator
‘Seasons for Growth’ Children and Young People’s Program Companion
Dr Bruce Perry 3
To the newborn, love is action; it is the attentive, responsive, nurturing care that adults provide.
The mentorship through learning circles and my own supervision with Beth mean that we are able to seek clarification on areas that we are finding challenging.
Daniel J. Siegel
For a child or an adult, it’s extremely powerful to hear someone say, “I get you. I understand. I see why you feel this way.”