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TBRI Classes at Real Life Campus

Posted on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 12:21 pm

Do you struggle with difficult behaviors from your child or a child you care for? Behavioral problems often stem from early childhood trauma. Did the child experience: A stressful or difficult pregnancy? A C-Section or complications during birth? Early illness or injury? Abuse? Neglect? Divorce? Death of a loved one? Foster care or adoption? Healing trauma can empower children to change their behavior. Find that healing in TBRI.Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) teaches us how to help children from all backgrounds reach their fullest potential through Empowering, Connecting, and Correcting principles. TBRI has been applied with great success in orphanages, group homes, residential treatment facilities, foster homes, churches, adoptive homes, and schools. On September 4th, a three month TBRI class will begin on Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm on the Real Life campus in Clermont. The TBRI model can help you bring significant levels of healing and happiness into your home or classroom.
Examples of topics covered:
-Understanding your Child’s Actions
-The Building Blocks for Behavioral Change
-Building a Trusting Relationship
-Scripting New Behavior
-The IDEAL Response
-The Levels of Response
Registration is required by August 30th.
Call or text (302) 535-3036 for information & registration.