Learn even more about TBRI with expanded offerings
We've seen such an amazing response to our TBRI® classes that we've expanded our offerings!
Join us to explore new strategies for addressing the needs of children in your home through TBRI® (Trust-Based Relational Intervention). This is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children.
Whether you're interested in an introduction to the TBRI® strategy, a focus on the principles of it or reading more about it, we've got you covered.
We now offer multiple ways to learn about and discuss TBRI®:
Trust-Based Relational Intervention: Introduction and Overview to TBRI®: This course is an overview designed to give you exposure to all parts of TBRI® by highlighting the ways in which each section of the intervention strategy fits into the holistic nature of TBRI®. The first few activities provide an opportunity for you to become comfortable with each other, share successes and challenges with each other, and become familiar with the basic ideas of TBRI®.
Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) Module 1: Connecting Principles: This module focuses on attachment, which is the most important dynamic system that a child experiences during development. This module covers several topics including the attachment cycle, infant attachment classifications, what happens when things go wrong in attachment, adult attachment styles, and applying your knowledge through TBRI Connecting Principles using Mindful Engagement, Choices, Compromises, and Life Value Terms.
Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) Module 2: Empowering Principles: This training module is designed to give participants insight into the roots of self-regulation difficulties common among “children healing from trauma.” This module aims to give participants practical tools to facilitate learning and practicing self-regulation skills.
Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) Module 3: Correcting Principles: This module is designed to help participants learn skills that can be used to manage children’s behavior. The goal for this training module is to help participants understand how children learned ‘survival behaviors’ (fight, flight, freeze) and how they can disarm those behaviors, teaching them adaptive, new skills for life.
Supportive Facilitated Discussion Group: TBRI Connected Child Book Club: The CaRES team will lead you through a discussion of "The Connected Child" by Karyn Purvis.
Supportive Facilitated Discussion Group: TBRI Connected Parent Book Club: Discussion will review TBRI principles found in "The Connected Parent," and dive into practical parenting applications and real life strategies for understanding attachment, teaching respect, understanding sensory needs, adapting strategies for teens, and taking care of yourself.
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