Genesis Family Enrichment Center, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to strengthening families and transforming communities using trauma-informed education, research-driven innovation, and practical, therapeutic interventions that cultivate parent-child connections, resilience, and enhances the parents or professionals' work with children from hard places.

 

We provide trauma-informed psycho-education, parenting, consultations, and workshops using evidenced-based approaches that support neuro-developmental, relational, social-emotional milieu of the child and family.  Genesis Family Enrichment Center, Inc has curated training and interventions that empower the brain, body, biology, beliefs, and behaviors of children from hard places.

Support is available for biological parents, foster/adoption families, relatives, and organizations seeking to enhance their capacity to serve children and families who come from hard places and experiences.

Genesis Family

Enrichment Programs:

 

We believe that good things

come from hard places.

Our programs are built on the foundation of the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics was developed by Dr. Bruce Perry with the Child Trauma Academy. It is an evidenced based, trauma-informed,  and brain-based approach to understanding trauma and the cognitive, relational, somato-sensory problems that follow.

The Neuro-sequential Model organizes our approach, and understanding trauma, identifying strengths and stretches within the family milieu and subsequent interventions .

   

 

Our interventions include:

  • Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics Assessment and Consultations

  • Neurosequential Model Parent Education (NMPE) Genesis' adaptation of the NMT for parents, caregivers and professionals. Includes case staffings with child wefare organizations and schools.

  • Trust-Based Relational Intervention Caregiver Workshops: For parents, caregivers and professionals who love and serve children from hard places. 

  • TBRI Nurture Groups: Parent-child Groups that reinforce attachment, empowerment and correction strategies. (Weekly or bi-weekly)

  • Trust-Based Parenting:                                        Trauma Informed Parent/Caregiver Education; Coaching and Consultation.

  • Circle of Security Parenting TM          At times all parents feel lost or without a clue about what our child might need from us. Imagine what it might feel like if you were able to make sense of what your child was really asking from you. The Circle of Security Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened.

  • Circle of Security Registered Classroom  FacilitatorTM  : All children need to be attached to adults in their environment that they are in, including the teacher/student relationship. Students cannot suspend their need for connection/attachment until a parent or caregiver returns to pick them up from  school. Discover the hidden needs underneath the behaviors in your classroom.

  • ADHD/ADD Intervention                           Genesis FEC utilizes Play Attention, a NASA inspired, evidenced-based technology designed to improve attention and executive functioning. Our program is comprised of a three-pronged approach: parent-education, neuro-feedback, and parent-child groups to enhance parent-child capacities.     Your child's focus is our attention.

  • Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is part of our integrated systems that address symptoms of ADHD, auditory sensitivity, sensory challenges, and symptoms related to trauma & stress response.

  • Alert Boot Camp (A.B.C) Another highly therapeutic but practical intervention that teaches parents/caregivers and children how to recruit external and internal methods of regulation that increases cognition, enhances mood and modifies behaviors. 

Therapeutic Parenting Classes  &  Private Family Consultations 

Mother and Daughter

Organizational Training   & Workshops in Trauma-Informed Care,  Social-Emotional
Strategies to engage  and build relationships with the children you serve.

Support Group

Nurture Groups 
Therapeutic Parent and Child Groups.
Behaviors occur in the context of relationships. Parenting Must Be Practiced

Happy Kids Huddle

 Join our Circle
Support for Parents & Caregivers

A dysregulated parent cannot regulate a dysregulated child. 

Support Group