Sunshine Attachment Building Program
Sunshine Attachment Building Program aims at helping to improve and support the relationship between the child and their parents/carers. The program focuses on educating and teaching parents/carers about how attachments are formed, and what they can do to ensure and enhance a secure emotional bond with their children. This Attachment Building Program is effective in repairing existing insecure attachments, as it seeks to interrupt the transmission of poor attachments across generations.
Sunshine Attachment Building Program consists of 12 sessions of interventions. Before the intervention starts, assessments will be done by the psychologist to gain insights and detailed information about the clients. During the training period, the psychologist and parents/carers will be meeting each other weekly to discuss and learn about child-centered, non-directive play, and will be observing the child’s play sequences and play themes regularly, by spending about 10 minutes, 5 times a week. Lastly, the psychologist will evaluate all the sessions and outcomes in an Evaluation Session.