Coaching: Individual or Group

One on One (1:1) Family Coaching

We are excited to bring our combined 40+ years of mental health experience, including individual and family therapy, and hundreds of hours of specialized training to you.  We have created a unique healing approach to early trauma and attachment disruptions. This approach has been successful with some of the most difficult clients, including but not limited to parents with addictions, children from orphanages, and parents whose children are in foster care because of abuse, neglect, and abandonment.

Schedule a complimentary meeting so we can assess next steps together. 

Training for Child Advocacy and Mental Health Professionals


Making attachment and trauma research practical

  • Identify origins of behaviors resulting from early trauma
  • Offer interventions that address these origins
  • Aid in designing a healing environment
  • Explore service options
  • Identify ways to engage: creative uses of games and props
  • Identify and guide in using assessment tools
  • Guide in parenting empowerment; resources and tools
  • Provide worksheets and forms to support treatment
  • Treatment team support
  • Self-care
  • Ministry guidance

Trauma training topics customized to your situation

  • Treatment options
  • Healing interventions
  • Team dynamics
  • Acquiring services
  • Negative working model
  • Types of trauma
  • Introduction to Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • Healthy sense of self
  • Parenting a traumatized child
  • Trauma and child development
  • Attachment activities
  • Improving communication
  • BHRS treatment planning
  • Top Ten Topics-therapeutic parenting
  • Measured goals-measured healing
  • Domestic violence: childhood trauma
  • In-home therapy
  • Food insecurities
  • Developing a support network
  • Self-care
  • How can my church family help?

Trauma training for Educators and Professionals:

  • Linking early neglect and abuse and academic difficulties
  • Seeing the child through a trauma lens
  • Understanding the parents
  • Working with agencies
  • Healing ways to intervene