Circle of Security on TEDXSpokane
Most of us are familiar with TED Talks, those free 18-minute podcasts devoted to spreading Ideas Worth Sharing, and we all have our favorites. But I’ll bet you didn’t know that know Spokane hosted its own independently organized TED event in late October called TEDX2015, and one of the featured speakers was an original Community Building tenant.
Dr. Kent Hoffman is a clinician, attachment researcher, and co-founder of the Circle of Security program housed on the 3rd floor of the Community Building. The title of his TED Talk is “Infinite Worth; Each of us carries within the gift of infinite worth. Find out what that means for us to walk in relationship with others with a new sense of interconnectedness.”
You can find the Spokane TED talk lineup here.
Dr. Hoffman’s life work has included building intervention approaches for at-risk families dealing with parenting stress. Dr. Hoffman travels extensively throughout North America, Europe and Australia teaching professionals. His personal journey can be found at www.eightysevenminutes.com