This one-off event incorporating interactive exhibition, activities and ceilidh dancing for children and families shares knowledge about attachment theory across the lifespan.
The primary aim is to stimulate in the general audience a reflection on the most important people in life and an understanding of the influence of attachment relationships from early infancy to late adulthood by engaging in interactive dance-based activities to explore the circularity and continuity of attachment influences. Ceilidh dancing with its use of circles and progression is well-suited to this theme.
|Effective start/end date||1/09/18 → 30/11/18|
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