Modified Interaction Guidance (MIG)
evidence-based intervention for attachment difficulties
1 day ONLINE course approx. from 9.30 am till 4.30 pm
Empirical evidence suggests that brief, focused interventions aimed at improving caregivers’ responsiveness to children’s cues and signals may be far more effective in promoting sensitive responsiveness in the caregiver and/or secure attachment in the child, than long-term, insight-oriented, broad based interventions. Although caregiver sensitive/insensitive responsiveness has been linked to the organized types of attachment (secure, avoidant, resistant), caregiving sensitivity seems independent of disorganized attachment.