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Even though emotional security can seem like quite an abstract concept, it can benefit your daily life in very tangible ways:

  • Still feeling like you are a good mum or dad when you are having a rubbish day

  • Listening to a request for help and feeling like you have space to consider your response rather than jumping straight in

  • Feeling more at ease about leaving the party when you feel like going home

  • Having regular 'me' time

Do you feel like your sense of security has grown and deepened over the years? 

What about your children? What could a stronger sense of security mean to them?

  • Openness to trying new things?

  • Getting along better with siblings and friends?

  • Persevering with tricky tasks?

  • Being kinder to themselves and others?

Children's emotional security develops in relationships with their parents and other people, through countless daily experiences of being seen and heard and their needs being acknowledged and met (even if that need is to have some space whilst they are making sense of things on their own). 

If you would like to explore this further Emotional Security in the Family consists of 12 simple, do-able modules that will help you to nurture your and your child's sense of security. This structure is intended to meet you where you are at and to help you feel inspired to discover what else is possible for you. 

​'Una, this is so simple! I can see what my son needs from me – right in this very moment. I feel like I am remembering something I knew all along and lost somewhere along the way.'


Part 1

Your sense of security

1. Filling up your cup

2. Looking after your nervous system

3. Connecting with your people

This part is designed to help you nurture your own sense of security - your main resource when it comes to supporting your child.

Part 4

Choosing connection

10. Getting to know your triggers

11. The 3 steps of repair

12. More ways to connect 

This module will help you to explore new opportunities to connect with your child.

Part 3

Understanding your child's needs

7. Exploration

8. Comfort

9. Secure base

In this part we will turn to the ultimate expert on your child - your child. You will learn how to find the answers to your parenting questions by observing and listening your child.

Part 2

Reducing the overwhelm

4. Decluttering your priorities

5. Getting comfortable with boundaries

6. Befriending time


This part is designed to help you create more time and head-space for connecting with your child from a calm and present place.


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If you would like to find out more about Emotional Security in the Family



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