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TBRI Learning to Care Series
Mon, October 23, 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Dorothy Holloway and Angela Bryan will be teaching our Trust-Based Relational Intervention Learning to Care Workshop Series.
Dorothy Holloway has a Bachelor’s in Social Work and a Master’s in Human Development and Family Science with a specialty in Child Life and has worked with children and parents for over 30 years. She is further educated in Trauma Informed Care and is a Trust-Based-Relational Intervention (TBRI®) Educator; helping parents and those who care for and serve children to understand children from hard places and teaching them the tools and strategies to enable them to be successful.
Angela Bryan has worked with at risk children for over 20 years in several different cultural contexts. She has a degree in Intercultural Education with specialization in Family Counseling and Integration. She is the co- founder of Haven of Hope International, rescuing orphaned and abandoned children. Angela is a Trust-Based-Relational Intervention (TBRI®) Educator and as such provides training in Trauma Informed Care and ongoing counsel to direct care staff who serve children who have suffered severe trauma through abandonment, human trafficking and all forms of abuse.
This workshop series will provide a greater understanding of the adopted and foster child as seen through the Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) approach. TBRI® is a holistic approach developed by Dr. Karin Purvis and Dr. David Cross at the TCU Institute of Child Development. It is specifically designed for children who come from hard places, such as adoption and foster care. Our children come to us having suffered a loss of relationship or for some, they have multiple relationships in their lives that have been altered or severed. They also may have suffered neglect or abuse. Neurological research now shows conclusively that this loss, neglect and abuse creates changes in the child’s brain development, thus affecting behavior, their relationships and how they develop through each stage in their life. We will introduce empowering, connecting and correcting strategies to help our children successfully navigate their physical, social and emotional world.
Adoptive and foster parents are invited to come to any, or all, of these 2 hour workshops within this series, earn CE credits, and enjoy free childcare. Please register for each date of this series that you plan to attend.
- Select the date at the top right-hand corner of this page, then select "Register"
- Fill out your information
- Come back to this main page, and select an additional date, then select "Register"
- Fill out your information
- Register your children through the link in your confirmation email for EACH SESSION you plan to bring them.
Please note that only 50 seats are available for each workshop, and only the first 50 children to register will able to stay for childcare. If you register for childcare, you MUST complete the follow up childcare registration form that will be emailed to you immediately after registering for this event.
We look forward to seeing you there!