Connected Communities: The TBRI Podcast

Connected Communities features conversations about Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) and its application within different communities of care and practice. TBRI is an attachment based, trauma-informed intervention designed to meet the complex needs of children who have experienced adversity, early harm, toxic stress, or trauma. Our institute has seen TBRI successfully implemented around the world in schools, juvenile justice systems, foster and adoption agencies, clinical practice, with survivors of sex trafficking, courts, law enforcement, faith communities, and beyond.

Each series of Connected Communities will focus on a different community and how this approach is uniquely applied to bring understanding, healing, and hope to children and adults alike. While TBRI is based on years of attachment, sensory processing, and neuroscience research, the heartbeat of TBRI is connection.

Our first series launches later this month (August 2020) and will focus on the Education Community. We’ll update this page with episodes as they become available.

Episode 1: Dr. David Cross and the origin of TBRI®

Episode 2: Dr. Casey Call – What is TBRI®?

Series 1: Connected Educators

Connected Educators, Episode 1: Trauma-Informed Classrooms with Dr. Casey Call

Connected Educators, Episode 2: Teri Wood

Connected Educators, Episode 3: Faith Pope

Connected Educators, Episode 4: Erin Stout and Heather Storey

Connected Educators, Episode 5: Becky Evans

Connected Educators, Episode 6: Kristy Hernandez

Connected Educators, Episode 7: Amy Abell