Are you confused about why your child is still struggling to feel safe and regulated in your safe and loving family?


Is your child still demonstrating difficult and challenging behaviors?


Creating felt safety is a non-negotiable part of parenting a child who has experienced trauma, abuse, neglect, or orphanage care.  


Simply because a child IS safe doesn't mean he actually FEELS safe.  Creating felt safety is crucial if we want to help our children feel more regulated and behave more appropriately.  So what is felt safety and how can we cultivate within our families?


This two-part webinar address the three places children are looking to determine if they are safe- and it's happening below conscious awareness!  This means we can't TELL them they are safe- we have to create environments in which they can FEEL safe.  


Part 1 focuses on how parents can move their own nervous system into a state of safety so that their children will automatically feel more safe.


Part 2 focuses on 1) how parents adjust the environment so their children can feel more safe and 2) how parents can support the child's internal self (is your child hungry? Thirsty? Tired? And why does this matter??)  


Regulated, connected children who FEEL SAFE behave well.  This two-part webinar will give you concrete tools that will help to create a sense of felt safety for your child, bringing more calm, connection, and FUN to your family.  

Creating Felt Safety


    ​© 2015 Robyn Gobbel, LCSW

    Gobbel Counseling