Virtual Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®)

Virtual Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®)

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Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) is a trauma-informed program for caregivers and professionals who work with children.

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ONLINE TRUST-BASED RELATIONAL INTERVENTION®

(FOR CAREGIVERS)

INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW-SEPTEMBER 9, 2022

CONNECTING PRINCIPLES: UNDERSTANDING ATTACHMENT- SEPTEMBER 16 & 23, 2022

EMPOWERING PRINCIPLES – SEPTEMBER 30 & OCTOBER 7, 2022

CORRECTING PRINCIPLES- OCTOBER 14 & 21, 2022

(PARTICIPANTS NEED TO ATTEND CONNECTION AND/OR EMPOWERMENT TO ATTEND CORRECTIONS)

FRIDAY’S 9 AM – 12 PM

Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) is a trauma-informed program for caregivers and professionals who work with children who "come from hard places." TBRI® is designed to meet the basic relationship and developmental needs of these children, as well as the needs of the adults who seek to help them heal, learn, and grow.

These classes will:

1. Provide an introduction and overview of TBRI®

2. Explore the three TBRI® core principles: Empowering, Connecting, and Correcting.

3. Provide participants with insight into the connection between a child’s trauma history and their long-term development.

4. Enhance participants’ understanding of how to interpret a child’s behaviors and respond in a manner that strengthens relationships and attachment.

5. Create a framework for the practical application of TBRI® concepts and strategies across settings.

6. Examine what secure attachment looks like between children and caregivers.

7. Teach helpful ways to build and strengthen deep emotional connections with children who come from “hard places.”

8. Enhance participants’ understanding of how children’s behaviors can be impacted by their attachment histories.

9. Explore how each caregiver’s own attachment history influences the way we parent and care for children.

10. Explore in depth the concept of felt safety and how felt safety impacts emotional regulation and behaviors in children.

11. Enhance understanding about the physiological (internal) roots of children’s behavior as they relate to sensory needs, hydration, and blood glucose levels.

12. Enhance understanding about the ecological (external) factors that also influence children’s behaviors.

13. Develop strategies for meeting the physiological and ecological needs of our children in order to create felt safety and empower them to be successful.

14. Lay foundation for understanding how to balance structure and nurture during interactions with children.

15. Enhance understanding of the TBRI® IDEAL Response© and Levels of Response™.

16. Explore application of Correcting Principles in a way that strengthens felt safety and emotional connection while successfully changing negative behaviors.

Purvis, K., Cross, D.R, & Hurst, J.R. (2012)]

Training will begin at 9 am and will end by 12:00 noon each Friday morning starting Sept. 9th for 7 weeks.

Training Location: Online through a Zoom link provided after you have registered with Eventbrite.

If you have questions, you can contact Ken Summers at ksummers@thebabyfold.org or (309) 532-3281.

This online training is free, but advance registration is required. Seating is limited.

Interested Participants: Parents (Caregivers), Teachers, Mentors, Counselors, Juvenile Justice Providers, Case Workers and other Caring Professionals. This is not a train the trainers training.

References: Purvis, K., Cross, R.R., & Hurst, J.R. (2012). Trust-Based Relational Intervensstion: TBRI® Introduction and Overview [Instructor Workbook]. Fort Worth, TX: TCU Institute of Child Development.