The TBRI® Podcast | Season 2, Episode 1
Welcome back to the TBRI Podcast! We are so excited to bring you a brand new season of episodes with our staff and TBRI Practitioners. Today’s episode is just in time for back to school season. Amy Abell of Hope Alight, LLC joins us to talk about practical ways that schools can become more trauma-informed. (more…)
Update: This giveaway is closed and winners have been notified. Thank you for your support of The Connected Parent!
Today marks one year since the publication of The Connected Parent!
Co-authored by Lisa Qualls, The Connected Parent is the last written work of our founder, Dr. Karyn Purvis.
To celebrate the first “book birthday” of the Connected Parent, we’re giving away five copies. To enter, simply leave a comment on this post.* We’ll randomly select five winners at noon CT on July 8, 2021.
* One entry per person
* Giveaway copies are paperback
* Giveaway closes at 11:59 am CT on July 8, 2021
* This giveaway is sponsored by the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 1, Episode 8
We’re wrapping up season 1 of the TBRI Podcast with a conversation with Dr. David Cross all about the origins of TBRI and the history of the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 1, Episode 7
On this episode, we continue our front porch conversation with Daren Jones and Troy McPeak. In this episode Daren and Troy talk about the progression of using TBRI professionally to its impact on personal relationships and family life, as well as Troy’s experience using TBRI in the juvenile justice setting.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 1, Episode 6
On this episode, we pass the mic to Daren Jones and Troy McPeak for a “front porch” conversation about their TBRI journeys and how that experience has shaped the way they see the world, their work with vulnerable children and youth, and also how they reflect on their own histories.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 1, Episode 5
On this episode, Emmelie Pickett interviews Sarah Mercado about the TBRI® Correcting Principles. Sarah is a training specialist here at the KPICD and this episode is packed with so much wisdom and practical tools that you can try today.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 1, Episode 4
Dr. David Cross is the co-founder and Rees-Jones Director of our Institute and also the co-creator of TBRI, so it was extra special to have him on the podcast. This episode is a great overview of the TBRI Empowering Principles. Dr. Cross gives a little history of the Empowering Principles and their place in TBRI, and touches on everything from self-regulation to meeting sensory needs, to transitions, and some of the newer developments of the TBRI Empowering Principles.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 1, Episode 3
In this episode we welcome back Amanda Purvis to talk about the TBRI® Connecting Principles. Listen as Amanda chats with Sarah Mercado about the importance of attachment in relation to TBRI® and gives practical strategies for connecting with children and youth who have experienced trauma.
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 1, Episode 2
This episode is all about one of the topics we’re asked about most: Attachment. Sarah Mercado sat down with Dr. Jamie DeLuna, KPICD Research Scientist, to dive into this foundational piece of TBRI®.
We’re so excited to announce the re-launch of our podcast! The TBRI® Podcast features conversations all about Trust-Based Relational Intervention, and we’re kicking off Season 1 with a conversation about Trauma, the Brain and TBRI® with Amanda Purvis.