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Robyn Davy - rdavy@ttlc.org 
The Treatment and Learning Centers 


Circle of Security Parenting Series

Mondays, 4:00 - 5:15 p.m.

11/23 to 1/18

(No group 12/21)

8 Weeks

$50/week per person - $400 total

Registration Link Below. 

Payment will be made by phone before the first group.  Payment plans available.

The Zoom Link will be provided after registration.

Calling all Parents or Caregivers!

There are times when every caregiver feels confused about what their child needs from them.  As a result, behaviors and tantrums happen that can leave parents wondering, "What just happened?"  What if you were able to understand what your child was really asking for?  The Circle of Security Parenting program is an evidenced-based program that promotes and strengthens secure parent-child relationships.  Research supports that children with secure parent-child relationships tend to solve problems on their own, have higher self-esteem, feel less angry at their caregivers, and worry less about the future.  

Learning Objectives of the Training:

  • Read your child's emotional cues to reduce tantrums and promote better communication
  • Enhance the development of your child's self-esteem
  • Enjoy more positive time with your child
  • Reconnect after tantrums

 About the therapist:  Robyn Davy, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Board-Certified Dance Movement Therapist, enjoys working with parents as a Circle of Security Parenting facilitator. Ms. Davy has been a group facilitator supporting children’s social and emotional learning for the past ten years.

All groups will meet via an online secure Zoom conference with a new link provided each week for each session.    

I understand and agree that:

  1. Enrollment will be on a first-come/first serve basis - there is a limit of 8 participants each session.
  2. Your completed registration is a commitment for the group.  
  3. Refunds must be requested in writing at least 48 hours prior to the start of the group.  No refund available once the group begins.
  4. TLC reserves the right to cancel the program if there is not sufficient enrollment.
  5. This program is not covered by insurance.

Informed Consent                                                                                                             

You will be asked to agree to the informed consent during registration

Teletherapy refers to providing psychotherapy services remotely using telecommunications technology such as video conferencing or telephone.  Although there are benefits of teletherapy, there are some differences between in-person psychotherapy and teletherapy as well as some risks.  

 Teletherapy sessions take place outside of the therapist’s private office; therefore, there is potential for other people to overhear sessions if you are not in a private space during the session.  TLC therapists will take reasonable steps to ensure your privacy with updated encryption methods, firewalls and back-up systems, but you should participate in therapy only while in a room or area where other people are not present, you cannot be interrupted and others cannot overhear the conversation.  Confidentiality still applies for teletherapy and the limits of confidentiality (e.g., suicidality, homicidality, child/elder abuse, etc.) still apply. Recording of sessions is prohibited.  

 Teletherapy relies on technology, which allows for greater convenience in service delivery, however there are risks in transmitting information over the internet that include, but are not limited to, breaches of confidentiality, theft of personal information and disruption of service due to technical difficulties.   

It is important to understand that teletherapy sessions have limitations as compared to in-person sessions, among those being the lack of “personal” face-to-face interactions and the limited visual and audio cues in the therapy process.  Your therapist may determine that due to certain circumstances, teletherapy is no longer appropriate and that in-person sessions would be recommended. In addition, you may choose to discontinue your teletherapy sessions at any time with written notification at least one week prior to your scheduled appointment.  

 As with any observation you may have at TLC, everything you observe during the session, or any other virtual session, is confidential and may not be shared.  

You understand that teletherapy may not be appropriate if you are experiencing a crisis, having suicidal/homicidal thoughts, severe addiction issues or impulse regulation difficulties.  If a life-threatening crisis occurs, you agree to contact the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-784-2433, call 911, or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.  

The laws and professional standards that apply to in-person psychological services also apply to teletherapy services.  I have read the Informed Consent for Teletherapy from TLC-The Treatment and Learning Centers.  I understand them and agree that they will be in effect during my treatment with TLC.

To learn more about programs at TLC, visit www.ttlc.org.

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