2013

“Listed as Evidence-Based/Evidence Informed Program by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Children’s Bureau Child Welfare Information Gateway lists Circle of Security as an Evidence-Based/Evidence Informed Program.” https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.com/research-information

“Designated as Promising Practice in child welfare by The Washington State Institute of Public Policy (WSIPP) and the University of Washington Evidence Based Practice Institute designates Circle of Security a Promising Practice.”https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.com/research-information

“Rated as “Promising Research Evidence” in home visiting, infant and toddler mental health and parent training by Circle of Security (Home Visiting-4) has been rated as “Promising Research Evidence” by the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare in the topic areas of: Infant and Toddler Mental Health Programs (Birth to 3), Parent Training Programs and Home Visiting Programs and Home Visiting Programs for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.”https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.com/research-information

2002

“The Circle of Security program is designated as a Reported Effective Program by the Emerging Practices in the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Project, Children’s Bureau Office on Child Abuse and Neglect, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families.” https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.com/research-information

1999

“Recognized as an Exemplary Practice, Early Head Start Federal Review “. . . The Regional Office recognizes Spokane’s Early Head Start Program for its leadership in the area of Attachment and Bonding and its partnership with [Circle of Security].  The Regional Office has designated this work as an Exemplary Practice and recognizes it as a model for other programs.  This designation will be shared with the Central Office in order to build upon and expand the base of Best Practices for Early Head Start.”      – Early Head Start Federal Review (June, 1999).”https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.com/research-information

Daniel Siegel praises Circle of Security for its practical suggestions for how parents be kinder to themselves and “model a receptive approach” to children” (Hoffman, K., Cooper, G., Powell, B., & Benton, C. M. (2017). Raising a Secure Child: How Circle of Security Parenting Can Help You Nurture Your Childs Attachment, Emotional Resilience, and Freedom to Explore. Guilford Publications).

For more information about Circle of Security Awards and Research visit Circle of Security International. https://www.circleofsecurityinternational.com/research-information

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