The website provides resources that teach trauma, attachment, and child development theories and ways to apply these theories to relationships and environments for healing.
Don’t just be trauma-informed!
Benefits of Membership
Benefits: Exclusive access to an online library of videos, writings, assessments, and resources for treatment of early trauma in a home environment. 70+ videos and many articles, assessments, and resources.
With a large collection of videos (23) and writings, parents will be able to identify foundational principles present in every family. We illustrate both healthy and unhealthy models. Learn how your family can become more emotionally healthy. For example: Learn why and how the limbic brain takes over under stress and how this limbic response will be shared by family members.
Learn the origin of disruptive behaviors. With 15 videos, we teach six origins and how to address the behaviors in healing ways.
The first most important step in helping your child heal is this shift! With more than 4 videos and multiple writings, we will teach you about trauma and how to make the paradigm shift. The Two baby presentation begins the process in seeing your child differently as you learn the damage that occurs with an emotionally unavailable caregiver.
Topics include but not limited to:
Consequences: Parents of traumatized children often seek ways to provide behavioral consequences. In our 3 videos, we teach which are hurtful and which are helpful.
Window of Tolerance: Using Dr. Dan Siegel’s research, we describe how dysregulation occurs and how to help our children broaden their “windows.”
The escalation cycle: a handout to track how one moves from emotional regulation to dysregulation
Environment: With 3 videos to outline how to improve the home environment, parents will find practical methods to make small changes to support their traumatized children.
Team: Families often struggle in parenting without supports. Our 6 videos teach the benefits and cautions of external support systems.
Spiritual support: Read portions of our new devotional to link parenting struggles to God’s Word.
Watch multiple videos on each element and learn the basics in emotional regulation, co-regulation, fear processing, and narration. Making small changes in our interactions can reap more consistent emotional regulation skills and co-regulatory experiences. Read portions of our new book before it goes to print.
Extra resources for support systems, schools, child development, references
An example of an activity for parents:
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