The TBRI® Podcast | Season 6, Episode 1
Today Amanda Purvis joins us on the podcast to share a bit about her work as a Training and Consultation Specialist, as well as her journey to TBRI. Amanda has been on the podcast before, so be sure to go back and listen to her previous episodes if you haven’t yet. This is part of our mini-series with the members of our team who train during TBRI Practitioner Training Sessions, and also travel globally to teach, learn from, and support organizations who are implementing TBRI on a systemic level.
The TBRI® Podcast | Bonus Episode
Today’s conversation is with Katie Maitland, a recent graduate of our Master’s of Developmental Trauma program here at Texas Christian University. Katie began her career as a middle school teacher in New York, and eventually learned about TBRI through the KPICD online course, TBRI and Trauma-Informed Classrooms. She began using TBRI principles and strategies in her classroom, focussing on connection and felt-safety, and marveled at the changes she saw with her students as they became more confident self-regulators, communicators, and learners. While earning her master’s, Katie’s research focus was Intergenerational and Transgenerational Trauma and how they impact the 5 B’s in TBRI, which is the focus of this conversation.
Show Hope, a faith-centered non-profit based in Franklin, TN, was recently recognized as a TBRI® Ambassador Organization from the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at TCU.
Founded in 2003, Show Hope exists to care for orphans by engaging the Church and reducing barriers to adoption. Its founders, Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman, started Show Hope with the goal of helping reduce financial barriers for families who longed to adopt. (more…)
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 5, Episode 7 & 8
This 2-part conversation is a continuation some of our most popular episodes to date – a TBRI Coffee Chat with Sarah Mercado and Kimberly Glaudy. Sarah of course, is our host here on the TBRI Podcast and a training specialist with the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development, and Kim a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a TBRI Practitioner, and a previous training specialist with the Karyn Purvis Institute. We asked listeners to submit questions through social media over the last couple of weeks, and today Sarah and Kim are answering a handful of those questions.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 5, Episode 6
Our guest today is Becky Lloyd Founder and Director of Signs for Hope. Since it was established in 2009, Signs for. Hope has evolved into an all-encompassing ministry of adoption surrounding Deaf children. Our host, Sarah Mercado, sat down with Becky to talk about her work with Signs of Hope and about how TBRI is adapted when working with the deaf community. Whether you are a hearing parent of a deaf child, a deaf parent of a deaf child, a professional working with deaf children, or someone who just wants to know more about best practices in adoption of deaf children, there is something for you in this conversation today
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 5, Episode 5
Today’s episode is one family’s story of TBRI Application in their home. Cory & Lori Pepiton are parents to 4 forever kids (young adults), 2 through birth and 2 through adoption, and have had the privilege of fostering another 6 or so. Cory is Student & Campus Coordinating Pastor while Lori is Children’s & Families Pastor for Rabbit Creek Church in Anchorage, Alaska where they’ve been for the last 13 years. They learned about TBRI during training to begin their Alaskan foster parenting journey, and today they’re sharing what they’ve learned along the way.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 5, Episode 4
Today’s episode is all about TBRI in the context of coaching. If you have kids in youth sports, or have ever coached youth sports, this episode is for you. Please enjoy this conversation with KPICD Training Specialist, Troy McPeak.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 5, Episode 3
Today we’re talking with Kari Dady about TBRI and Trauma-informed Courts. Kari is a Training Specialist with the KPICD and shares practical tips for integrating trauma-informed practices in the courtroom.
Today we are taking a look into a very important aspect of the work of the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development – our research! Several months ago, our host, Sarah Mercado sat down with two members of the KPICD research team, Dr. Danica Knight, and Dr. Erin Razuri. If you have ever wondered about the research behind TBRI or what research we’re currently conducting at the Institute, this episode is for you! (more…)
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 5, Episode 1
This episode not only kicks off a new season of the podcast, but also the start of new era at the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at TCU. Effective January 1, 2023, Dr. Danica Knight stepped into the role of Rees-Jones Director of KPICD. In this episode, you’ll hear all about Dr. Knight’s journey to the Institute, her connection to Dr. David Cross, and what she hopes for the future.