Tuesday, February 10, 2015

TBRI Training for Parents & Social Workers

Trust Based Relational Interventions® (TBRI®): Connecting Principle
Holt-Sunny Ridge Children's Services and The University of Chicago Adoption Center are excited to announce the second of four workshops on Trust Based Relational Interventions® (TBRI®), presented by Pam Shepard, LCSW and Linda Walsh, NP.

Saturday, February 21, 2015
9:00AM to 2:00PM
Location: Holt-Sunny Ridge Children's Services
270 Remington Boulevard, Suite C
Bolingbrook, IL 60440

Are you looking for parenting strategies to help you address your child's trauma history?
Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®), is an emerging intervention model developed by Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross (authors of the popular book "The Connected Child") at the TCU Institute of Child Development.

The second workshop of the series will focus on the TBRI ® principle "Connecting."
The goals for this workshop are to: 
  • understand what secure attachment looks like between children and caregivers, 
  • learn helpful ways to help build a connection with children who come from hard places, 
  • understand the impact attachment history can have on children's behavior, 
  • gain awareness about how our own attachment history influences the way we parent, 
  • and learn appropriate proactive strategies to empower children with behavioral tools
Workshop fee: $35 per person; includes workbook; 30 people maximum;
CEU's for LSW/LCSW for additional $10; forms for foster family DCFS self-submission training credits available; no child care provided. Register by Tuesday, February 17, 2014; no refunds for participant cancellation; lunch: pre-order or bring your own. 

For more information about TBRI visit www.child.tcu.edu.

For workshop questions contact Pam Shepard, LCSW at 
pams@holtsunnyridge.org or call (630) 754-4522.

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