TRUST-BASED RELATIONAL INTERVENTION
(TBRI)

What is TBRI?

TBRI® is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children.

 

TBRI® uses Empowering Principles to address physical needs, Connecting Principles for attachment needs, and Correcting Principles to disarm fear-based behaviors.

 

While the intervention is based on years of attachment, sensory processing, and neuroscience research, the heartbeat of TBRI® is connection.

 

For more information: https://child.tcu.edu/about-us/tbri/#sthash.w5uXoKqN.dpbs

Family Mental Health Promotion, Inc. has two TBRI Practitioners on its Board and partners with other Practitioners in our area and nationwide. If you are interested in our four-session, five hours per session - TBRI Caregiver Training, please contact us at colleencrawford.prevention@gmail.com or 423-413-6216, and we'll make it happen. We present in person or on Zoom. It will change your life and relationships.

Learn a little more about our TBRI Practitioners below ...

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Adrienne Reeves is the Region 1 C3 Coordinator for the Division of Family and Children Services.

 

Adrienne became a TBRI® practitioner in October of 2020 and has since been offering TBRI® trainings to DFCS staff, community partners, and caregivers.

 

Adrienne has a passion to aid professionals and caregivers in understanding the impact of early childhood trauma, so they are then able to compassionately respond to the child’s unmet need.

 

For more information about how Region 1 is embracing TBRI®, reach out to Adrienne.reeves@dhs.ga.gov.

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Colleen Crawford is the Family Mental Health Promotion Director and also an Entrepreneur. 

She became a TBRI® practitioner in October of 2020 and has been busy partnering in TBRI® trainings ever since.  Some of those she trained include The YMCA staff, Goshen Valley staff, DFCS staff, adoptive and fostering parents, biological parents, Walker County School system staff, Chattooga County School System students, church parents/caregivers, and more. 

She spends her time and effort sharing TBRI because it's a perfect fit with Family Mental Health Promotion, Inc.'s tagline - "What starts in the family - ends up in the world."

Mother of 3, she made her mistakes and had her wins. After years of searching for and providing parenting programs, she found TBRI which filled the gaps  and provided much needed tools for child and parent self-regulation skills and understanding. And TBRI gives tools that ALWAYS build the child/parent relationship and NEVER tears away at it. 

Colleen can also teach Making Sense of Your Worth - a program that goes hand-in-glove with TBRI. It helps people process inner mistaken beliefs they've adopted and adapted to and better see their own, true preciousness. 

Contact Colleen at ColleenCrawford.prevention@gmail.com for more information.

TBRI Resources ...

Want to begin your TBRI journey now? Below is an excellent resource you can download and delve into the world of TBRI. Learn how to navigate the hard parts of parenting and move CLOSER to your child.

Resource created by Adrienne Reeves ...