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 Making A Change by Being the Change: Taking TBRI Approach when Parenting A Child That Have Experienced Trauma

Categories: Mental Health, Parenting
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TBRI is one the most effective emerging models used by therapists, teachers and parents for a wide range of childhood traumatic behavioral issues. TBRI is a holistic approach that is flexible, attachment-centered and child-centered. Parents will learn the (3) principles of TBRI which are “Connect”, “Empower” and “Correct” to help them facilitate grow, change and healing in their child.
In 2005, Harvard University released data confirming that children in the U.S. foster care system experienced trauma in the form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at a rate more than twice that of combat veterans which makes that population of children extremely vulnerable.  As we all know and have witnessed as we watched children grow up in the foster care system that early trauma and stress has a lasting effect on a child’s development socially, emotionally, and academically.  For many fostered and adopted children, these dysfunctional behaviors create barriers for children to develop healthy relationships in their new family environment, in the community and at school and without appropriate and effective interventions, problems will persist and intensify well into their adolescence, teenage and adulthood.  This 1-hour webinar will teach parents what TBRI is and how to incorporate it in their everyday parenting.

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great! informative!
good info
2 years ago
basic information about TBRI. Speaker talks quickly
love this course
This was a great course
I really enjoyed the course, but there are two questions on the quiz that should be reviewed. We're taught that TBRI is Trust Based Relational Intervention, and the instructor says very clearly that attachment is to person, not a thing or an animal.
Great information

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