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The need for secure attachment throughout childhood

A child's secure attachment to a primary caregiver is the foundation of healthy human development, but it can be disrupted by stress, or violence, or many other things including cell phones. The consequences can be massive. Meet the co-chair of a volunteer Manitoba organisation working to prevent and fix the problem. Joanne Brown is a clinical social worker and co-chair of the Attachment Network of Manitoba
A child's secure attachment to a primary caregiver is the foundation of healthy human development, but it can be disrupted by stress, or violence, or many other things including cell phones. The consequences can be massive. Meet the co-chair of a volunteer Manitoba organisation working to prevent and fix the problem. Joanne Brown is a clinical social worker and co-chair of the Attachment Network of Manitoba 7:51