Publications

The following articles are offered for private, individual use. Permission is required from Colby for the reproduction and dissemination of these articles as part of a commercial training program for professionals. Please email Colby at colby@securestart.com.au if you require permission to use an article from this website for commercial training purposes.

Attached to the Unattached.

An article about the fundamentals for understanding attachment disorder in children, published in the August/September Issue of SEN Magazine.

Download Attached to the Unattached.

The Comeback Kid

An article about the fundamentals of promoting resilience in children, as published in the July issue of Junior Magazine.

Download The Comeback Kid.

Childhood Resilience – What you need to know

An article about the fundamentals of promoting resilience in children.

Download Childhood Resilience – What you need to know

Surviving the School Holidays

A Tip Sheet for promoting positive school holiday experiences for you and your children.

Download  Surviving the School Holidays

AAA Caregiving

 A guide to the care and management of anxious and maladjusted children for parents and professionals (e.g. Teachers) who deal with children who display social, emotional and behavioural problems.

Download AAA caregiving

What to expect from Psychotherapy

A guide for all parents, teachers and other persons who are considering referring a child to a Secure Start Psychologist for Psychotherapy.

Download  What to expect (PDF)

The Role of Play in Therapy

A brief explanation of why we incorporate fun activities into psychotherapy sessions.

Download  The Role of Play in Therapy (PDF)

Parental Separation Tip Sheet

The following tip sheet provides essential information for separating couples regarding how the wellbeing of their children might be preserved during and after the separation process.

Download  Parental Separation Tip Sheet (PDF)

Recent Journal Articles

Pearce, C.M. (2010). An Integration of Theory, Science and Reflective Clinical Practice in the Care and Management of Attachment-Disordered Children – A Triple A Approach. Educational and Child Psychology (Special Issue on Attachment), 27 (3): 73-86

Download  AAA and Attachment Disorder (PDF)

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