Transitioning to Childcare and Supporting Successful Separations

This Course gives you lifetime access to my 45 page e-book and my 55 minute pre-recorded video webinar. Both products will be emailed to you upon purchase. So whether you are returning to work soon, you want to support the transition of your little one to a new caregiver, or if you need some guidance around supporting successful separations - this course is for you!


What is Included?


  • My 45 page e-Book: "Easing Separation Anxiety for Your Little One. Gently Supporting Successful Separations from Parents."


  • A pre-recorded 55 minute webinar " Separation Anxiety and Preparing for the Transition to School or Childcare. 


  • An infographic for parents to share with daycare settings/schools to explain the "successful separations" approach.


Who is this Course Suitable For?


    This course is designed for parents and providers who recognise that separations from the primary caregiver are a really big ask for little ones. The ebook and webinar are suitable for parents, providers and educators of babies and young children from birth to school age.


    This complete course will support you if:


    • You wish to understand attachment and why little ones cannot be "too attached."
    • You would like a better understanding of how attachment develops and why little ones present with separation anxiety.
    • You would like to understand your child's temperament and how this relates to their separation anxiety.
    • You want to gently start building in short separations from your little one who has a high need to keep you close.
    • You are planning a return to paid employment and you want the tools to give your little one the best possible chance of a successful transition.


    In the eBook I will cover:


    • What is Attachment?
    • How to nurture a seure attachment with your child.
      • Can my baby be "too attached?"
      • What does separation anxiety look like? Should I be worried?
      • Separating from 8-18 month olds and general strategies
      • Separating from 16- 36 month olds and general strategies.
      • Understanding temperament
      • Strategies for toddlers who find new situations overwhelming.


    • Coping with Separation Anxiety at Home
      • Normalising and understanding parental preference
      • Using the PACE approach to manage parental preference (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, and Empathy).


    • Supporting Independence at Home
      • Nurturing independent play for infants and toddlers.
      • Preparing to leave your child in the care of another adult.


    • Transitioning into daycare/nursery/preschool
      • How to nurture an attachment to a new and unfamiliar adult.
      • The first 3 days.
      • The first separation.
      • The goodbye.
      • Supporting connection while apart.
      • The reunion.
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