B.A.S.E.® – Babywatching Against Aggression and Anxiety, for Sensitivity and Empathy
B.A.S.E.® is an international program taking place in Germany, the UK, Israel, New Zealand and for the first time, AUSTRALIA! It has been developed by Attachment Researcher Dr Karl Heinz Brisch and Child Analyst Henri Parens and is now gaining momentum around the world. Children are encouraged to watch how a baby grows and develops from week to week, observing interactions between the mother and child with guidance from a facilitator enabling them to discuss what they are seeing.
There is evidence that children who take part in a project like this increase their ability to empathise, gradually transferring it from the Baby-watching setting to their everyday life, enabling them to engage more successfully in social situations.
B.A.S.E.® has been shown to help children become more sensitive to others thoughts, actions, feelings and emotions. B.A.S.E. has also been shown to lower aggression and anxiety in children.
Thanks to our pioneering school on the Gold Coast we are now running the first B.A.S.E. Baby-watching group in Australia. We are having fantastic results. Follow our facebook page for more information and contact us to become a B.A.S.E. Baby-watching school too!
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