Caregiving Training Series {Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®)}

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01/20/2024

When

01/20/2024    
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Where

**IMPORTANT: This is a 3 part series, when you sign up for this series you are committing to ALL THREE DATES**

January 20: 9-3:00 AND February 17: 9-3:00 AND March 30: 9-3:00

Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) is a trauma-informed, whole-child approach to caring for vulnerable children and youth. Grounded in attachment theory and developmental neuroscience, TBRI® Caregiver Training is designed to help caregivers to see the needs and meet the needs of children and youth in their care. The TBRI® caregiving training is based on three sets of interacting principles: Connecting, Empowering, and Correcting. Consistent with the three pillars of trauma-informed care, the three sets of principles focus on building trust and felt-safety in the context of healthy relationships (Connecting), developing self-regulation skills (Empowering), and fostering behavioral and social competence (Correcting). TBRI® Caregiver Training is designed to move from theory into practical applications by giving participants a knowledge base, then providing them with real-life strategies and tools they can use with children and youth.

The goals of Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) – Caregiver Training are to:

Improve capacity to support the mental health of children and youth in their care.

  • Promote healthy interactions with children and youth in their care.
  • Help caregivers structure experiences to enhance emotional and behavioral self-regulation.
  • Learn how to prevent or reduce symptoms of trauma in children and youth in their care.
  • Learn how to prevent or reduce behavioral challenges in children and youth in their care.
  • Learn how to create an environment of physical, social, and psychological safety for children and youth in their care.
  • Build capacity to foster emotional and behavioral self-regulation skills in children and youth in their care.
  • Promote mindful awareness, including awareness of their care-giving strategies, triggers, and the impact of their own childhood experiences, and enhance awareness of the needs of children and youth in their care.
  • Build capacity to foster appropriate social and behavioral skills in children and youth in their care.
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