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All six Healing Families videos & All 6 Lecture Series videos with TBRI® An Overview as a Bonus

This package contains the following products:
Healthy Touch
Playful Interaction
A Sensory World
Trust-Based Parenting
Attachment – Why It Matters
Children From Hard Places and the Brain
TBRI® An Overview 
The Attachment Dance
Facilitating Behavioral Change
Healing Research
Sensory Integration
The Neurochemistry of Fear
Empowering Connecting and Correcting Principles: Healing Children Through Trust and Relationships

Total Size:  16.22 GB - 17.49GB (depending on device)

Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

US$ 250.00

Playful Interaction

Play puts the fun in fundamental – central to a child’s well-being now and in the future. Playful Interaction, featuring Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross, along with other child development experts, outlines the importance of play and provides practical examples of playful interaction from The Institute of Child Development’s Hope Connection Camp.  96 minutes

Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

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Sensory Integration

Sadly, children who have experienced prenatal substance exposure, early trauma, abuse or neglect are at high-risk for sensory integration difficulties. In this lecture, Dr. Karyn Purvis explains risk factors and warning signs for Sensory Processing Disorder and offers practical interventions for parents and professionals. 130 Minutes

Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

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TBRI and Trauma-Informed Classrooms

TBRI® & Trauma-Informed Classrooms training is designed to equip educators to help children from backgrounds of abuse, neglect, and/or trauma. Join us to learn how to disarm fear, optimize learning, and facilitate healing for vulnerable children in the classroom. This four-part seminar includes the following sessions:



  1. Trauma & The Brain: The Impact of Trauma at School (57 minutes)

  2. Empowering Our Students: Meeting Physical Needs (1 hour, 13 minutes)

  3. Connecting in the Classroom: Creating Relationships that Matter (1 hour, 6 minutes)

  4. Correcting Behavior: Rethinking Classroom Management (1 hour, 32 minutes)


This training can be purchased for individuals or for a school. Each purchase allows three devices to download the material, so the training can be housed on three devices on a campus. The accompanying PDF guide provides presentation slides, tips for hosting your training, sample schedules, and additional resources for creating trauma-informed classrooms.

US$ 250.00

TBRI® 101: A Self-Guided Course in Trust-Based Relationships Collection

This product may only be purchased as an individual license at this time. Users may not use TBRI® 101 to train others without the express written permission of the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development. To inquire about purchasing an organizational license, please contact child@tcu.edu.  


TBRI® 101: A Self-Guided Course in Trust-Based Relationships is a series of self-paced, whiteboard-style video lessons. This course offers an informal, yet thorough approach to Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, an evidence-based intervention for children from hard places of abuse, neglect, and/or trauma. Over nearly eight hours of instruction, Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross guide the viewer through the principles and strategies of TBRI® and offer practical tips for implementation. Topics include Understanding Trauma, TBRI® Empowering, Connecting, and Correcting Principles, as well as real-life examples and testimonials from caregivers and professionals who use TBRI®.


Originally developed as the “TBRI® Online Caregiver Package,” this course served as an online learning option for a research study which measured the effectiveness of TBRI®.This course earned evidence-based practice status and is ranked Highly Relevant on the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse For Child Welfare website.(link to http://www.cebc4cw.org/program/trust-based-relational-intervention-tbri-online-caregiver-training/)


We are pleased to offer TBRI® 101 as a self-paced learning option for anyone who cares for children, whether they come from hard placesor not.


For more information about TBRI® 101, please visit child.tcu/edu/tbri101

US$ 75.00

TBRI® An Overview: Putting the Pieces Together

This short video explains the principles and concepts behind Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, a proven method for enriching the lives of at-risk, vulnerable children, adolescents, and their families. Trauma can impair language, sensory processing, and coping skills, and can lead to perplexing behaviors that are often mistaken for aggression or mental illness. This video features world-renowned experts who share research that documents how consistently positive experiences with loving caregivers can re-wire a child’s brain for lasting change. 37 Minutes

Stream for free on YouTube or own the digital download by purchasing here.

 Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

US$ 5.00
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TBRI® An Overview: Putting the Pieces Together - Polish Version

This short video explains the principles and concepts behind Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, a proven method for enriching the lives of at-risk, vulnerable children, adolescents, and their families. Trauma can impair language, sensory processing, and coping skills, and can lead to perplexing behaviors that are often mistaken for aggression or mental illness. This video features world-renowned experts who share research that documents how consistently positive experiences with loving caregivers can re-wire a child’s brain for lasting change. 37 Minutes

Ten krótki film objaśnia podstawowe zasady i pojęcia Interwencji relacyjnej opartej na zaufaniu (TBRI®), sprawdzonej metody wzbogacania życia zagrożonych, wrażliwych dzieci i młodzieży oraz ich rodzin. Przebyta trauma może upośledzić mowę, przetwarzanie sensoryczne czy umiejętności radzenia sobie, a także może prowadzić do niepokojących zachowań, które często mylone są z agresją lub chorobą psychiczną. W tym filmie światowej klasy eksperci prezentują badania dokumentujące, w jaki sposób konsekwentne pozytywne doświadczenia z kochającymi opiekunami mogą przeprogramować mózg dziecka i umożliwić trwałą zmianę. 37 minut
US$ 5.00

TBRI® for Teens

Developing a trusting relationship with any teenager can be a challenge. For teenagers with traumatic backgrounds of abuse, neglect or broken homes, it’s especially challenging for both the teens and the adults who care for them.

TBRI® For Teens follows a dozen youth, ages 11-18, and a dozen staffers from Methodist Children’s Home in Waco, Texas as they try a new approach called Trust-Based Relational Intervention®. This video provides practical strategies and tips from this experience that can be used by any caregiver or parent with teens.  134 Minutes

Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

 

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The Attachment Dance

The attachment relationship between parents and their children is one of the most cherished experiences of our lives. In this video, Dr. Karyn Purvis explores the attachment experiences of neuro-typical children and children with histories of harm. This presentation aims to deepen understanding of attachment issues and provide a solid foundation for parents and their children. 136 Minutes

Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

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The Neurochemistry of Fear

This presentation is designed to teach parents and professionals about a child’s brain chemistry, and empower them to become healers in the lives of at-risk children. Dr. Karyn Purvis presents specific skills and insights garnered from research with at-risk children on how to disarm fear responses that drive aberrant behaviors.

Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

From US$ 7.00

The TBRI Pocket Guide

This convenient guide to the basic principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention® is an ideal reference for caregivers and professionals seeking to use TBRI® to meet the needs of children and youth who have experienced abuse, neglect, early harm, or trauma. Included are practical strategies for Empowering, Connecting, and Correcting through activities, reflective questions, and sample situations and responses.

Topics include Giving Voice, Self-Regulating, and the Levels of Response. Designed to supplement more in-depth TBRI® materials, the Pocket Guide is color-coded, to provide TBRI® principles at a glance in a digital format that can easily be referenced anywhere through a smartphone or device. Please note that this version of the TBRI Pocket Guide is digital and cannot be printed.
US$ 5.00
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Trust-Based Parenting (English)

This two part video offers a wealth of knowledge about trauma-based behavioral issues. Watch as Drs. Purvis and Cross coach families and caregivers through real-life, problem solving scenarios, and demonstrate proven, practical skills and strategies for applying TBRI® Empowering, Connecting, and Correcting Principles to everyday life. Parents from around the world praise TBRI® for giving them hope in times of crisis and lifelong solutions that can benefit the entire family.
Approximately 4 Hours

Please note that this content is not authorized to burn or copy to a device. To purchase a DVD, please visit child.tcu.edu/store. 

From US$ 9.00