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8-Hour Training TBRI Principles and Strategies (CEU's available)
Session 1: 11/9/20 2-4pm
Session 2: 11/16/20 2-4pm
Session 3: 11/23/20 2-4pm
Session 4: 11/30/20 2-4pm
Session 1: 11/30/20 10-12 pm
Session 2: 12/7/20 10-12 pm
Session 3: 12/14/20 10-12 pm
Session 4: 12/21/20 10-12 pm
Hope Street Trauma Informed Care Services presents a foundational introduction and overview of the Trust-Based Relational Intervention-TBRI model. During this 8-hour training, participants will take-away a common language and lens for Trauma Informed Care, gain insight and awareness into TBRI Principles, and practice foundational skills & strategies.
• Participants will be able to describe relational trauma, its impact on individuals, and early risk factors
• Participants will identify strategies to apply the three principles of connecting, empowering, and
• Participants will be able to advocate the importance of trust based relational intervention strategies and
My Amygdala’s On Fire!: Understanding and Healing Our Attachment-Based Triggers In Hard Times (Certificate of Attendance available)
In times of crisis, our drive to survive might see us leaning on strategies which we might label “maladaptive.” This stress response often has origins in our attachment styles, which were established in our early years of life. Even for those with a history of secure attachment, or for those who have done significant self-work to become “earned secure,” an acute life event can disrupt an otherwise healthy pattern of attachment if left unattended. In this webinar, we will explore how and why the practitioner’s own attachment style might manifest in the treatment process, especially during stressful times. We will examine how TBRI shifts the paradigm for caregiver and child from “maladaptive behavior” to “survival strategy.” We will develop an awareness of how these strategies often impede connection and healing when they are unaddressed, as well as trauma-informed mindfulness strategies for fostering connection, felt-safety, and mutual healing. In this way, we promote self-compassion and self- awareness as models for healing for children, caregivers, and families.
My Amygdala's On Fire! Caregiver Mindfulness
Day 1 Date: November 2, 2020 10-12pm
1. Understand how and why insecure attachment styles might be activated in a time of crisis;
2. Develop an awareness of how these “survival strategies” might impede connection and healing
when they are not addressed;
3. Identify strategies to foster connection, felt-safety, and mutual healing;
Day 2 Date: November 9, 2020 10-12pm
4. Explore how to use therapeutic ruptures and “imperfect caregiving” to the benefit of the child;
5. Promote self-compassion and self-awareness as models for healing.
Feeling the Healing: Coaching and Support for TBRI-Informed Mental Health Professionals (Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning with TBRI)
As many organizations and clinicians integrate distance modalities into their delivery of care, TBRI-informed mental health professionals are adapting their interventions to fit this new paradigm, experiencing successes and challenges along the way. In this experiential workshop, practitioners will participate in these adapted interventions to deepen their appreciation and understanding of TBRI principles and practices within these evolving frameworks of care. We will provide coaching and support from a TBRI perspective, identifying what’s been working in the field and what needs more attention. Finally, we will troubleshoot around the unique needs and concerns of participants and their populations, fostering a network of resources and support to scaffold the community.
1. Utilize experiential learning to develop deeper knowledge and understanding of TBRI principles and
2. Provide TBRI-based coaching and support for clinicians;
3. Identify successful strategies and areas of attention within distance modalities;
4. Troubleshoot the unique needs of participants and their populations;
5. Foster a local network of trauma-informed support and resources to better serve and scaffold the
Virtual TBRI Coaching: An Open Forum
Development as a TBRI-informed caregiver is an ongoing, mindful process of deepening our self-awareness, identifying our needs, and coming together to share best practices. In this spirit, “Virtual TBRI Coaching: An Open Forum” provides a space for those at various stages of learning to share their successes and their challenges in delivering TRBI-informed care. Participants will be able to discuss their unique needs and receive individualized feedback from coaches and facilitators to hone their abilities in attachment-based, trauma-informed caregiving. We will discuss and consider both proactive and responsive strategies to our evolving challenges in the delivery of care and, in this way, continue to foster a local network support and mentorship of healing-centered caregivers in our community.
Prerequisite: Must have previously attended a 2, 4, 8, or 18-hour TBRI Training by Hope Street. This training builds on previous presentations, and background knowledge is required.
1. Identify what’s going well, what's still tricky, and what are the greatest needs regarding TBRI implementation across various settings;
2. Provide individualized feedback and experiential learning to support ongoing skills acquisition and practice;
3. Discuss and consider proactive and responsive strategies to challenges as they evolve;
4. Promote TBRI-informed best practices of caregiver development, including the mindful awareness of the caregiver;
5. Foster a local network of trauma-informed specialized support, resources, and peer mentoring.
TBRI In Digital Spaces: Creating Connection and Felt-Safety Via Telehealth
As the use of telehealth becomes more commonplace, and as circumstances may require virtual rather than in-person treatment options, providers may feel uncertain about how to establish connection and felt-safety through a screen. How can the child feel my presence? I have so many great interventions, but how do I use them online? What do I do if the child has limited privacy or resources? What about my privacy? In this webinar, we will explore strategies for adapting TBRI interventions and techniques for use in the practice of telehealth. We will troubleshoot potential barriers and challenges within this model of healthcare delivery from a trauma-informed perspective. We will also attend to the concerns of practitioners as they deliver services in this way.
1. Adapt common TBRI interventions and techniques for use in telehealth;
2. Explore strategies for developing safe spaces in the delivery of care;
3. Troubleshoot potential barriers within this modality from a trauma-informed perspective;
4. Consider how practitioners might provide support and education for caregivers;
5. Understand and attend to practitioner concerns in telehealth delivery.