Fri, Jan 08 | Trust-Based Relational Intervention Weekend

Virtual Trust-Based Relational Intervention Workshop (Evening/Weekend Session))

Good things come from hard places. Dr. Purvis describes hard places as a difficult pregnancy, difficult birth, early/multiple hospitalizations, abuse, neglect, and other experiences that disrupt attachment, and development.
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Virtual  Trust-Based Relational Intervention Workshop (Evening/Weekend Session))

Time & Location

Jan 08, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Trust-Based Relational Intervention Weekend

About the event

Trust-Based Relational Intervention Workshop is designed to equip parents and professionals with a deeper understanding of trauma-informed care. We are pleased to offer this course on Friday nights and weekends starting January 8th, 2021!There are three factors, first identified by van der Kolk (2005), and later discussed by Bath (2008) as the three main ‘‘pillars’’ that should be included in any program designed to treat complex trauma. These are (a) development of safety, (b) promotion of healing relationships, and (c) teaching of self-management and coping skills. These elements parallel the three evidence-based principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) developed at the Texas Christian University Institute of Child Development. The three TBRI principles are:

1. Empowerment—attention to physical needs; 2. Connection—attention to attachment needs; and 3. Correction—attention to behavioral needs.

Participants will spend each day diving into each TBRI principle and leave with practical strategies that help the caregiver/professional learn healthy ways of engagement that promote healing and enhanced relationships, learning, and regulation. 

 The cost of this workshop is $225.00 Participants must RSVP by Wednesday, January 5th, 2021. This class will meet on Fridays from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm and  Saturdays from 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm for 5 weeks. This session will end on February 6th, 2021.

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