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Posts Categorized: TBRI
by Dr. Erin Razuri As a research scientist at the KPICD, ‘is TBRI evidence-based?’ is undoubtedly the question I get asked the most, followed by ‘is there research behind TBRI?’ and ‘do you have data on TBRI?’ The short answers are yes, yes, and yes! But because there is often confusion around what it… Read more »
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 2, Episode 4 On this episode of the TBRI Podcast, we talk with Kimberly Glaudy and Ally Matteson who work specifically on a partnership between our Institute and the Texas Office of the Governor: Transforming Cultures of Care, Trauma-Informed Care for Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth (CSEY). Kim and Ally… Read more »
The TBRI® Podcast | Season 2, Episode 3 On this episode, Marti Smith, OTR/L, and our host, Sarah Mercado talk all about Sensory Processing.
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 are pleased to announce that TBRI® has received a rating of ‘Promising’ by the Title IV-E Prevention Services Clearinghouse, developed in accordance with the Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA). Both the Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) Caregiver Training Package and TBRI® 101 are now listed by the Clearinghouse as Promising Practices for Mental Health… Read more »
UPDATE: The application period for this training has ended. Please check our website and social media channels for information about upcoming training events. The Purvis Institute is currently accepting applications for TBRI® Practitioner Online Training. This core training experience is designed to prepare practitioners for working with children, families, and in systems of care impacted… Read more »
by: Ashley West We’re thrilled to announce the release of The Connected Parent, co-authored by Dr. Karyn Purvis, the Institute’s late Founder and Director. This book is Dr. Purvis’ last written work, and we at the Institute are overjoyed that families everywhere will continue to benefit from her words and wisdom. As the release of… Read more »
From the time we are born, our brains have 100 billion neurons and begin to form synaptic connections that make up who we are and how we function. Tragically, severe or prolonged abuse or neglect manifests in toxic stress which derails brain development and can even affect the immune system.
by: Amanda Purvis One simple way to start implementing Trust-based Relational Intervention is to empower your child’s body by meeting physical needs. Nutrition and hydration play key factors in a child’s ability to regulate, and we can help set them up for success by making sure they eating and drinking enough.