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Empowering Connecting and Correcting Principles: Healing Children Through Trust and Relationships

This presentation explains the principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention® – a research-based approach with children who come from “hard places.” These are children who have been exposed to substance in utero or have suffered early abuse, neglect, or trauma. Harm during these critical stages of brain growth causes significant disruptions in a child’s development. Through years of research and experience with children around the world, Dr. Karyn Purvis offers a path of healing through a trust-based, relationship-based holistic approach.

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Facilitating Behavioral Change

Tragically, children with histories of abuse, neglect, or trauma have often lost the ability to trust loving adults. Because of their difficult backgrounds, these children are more likely to display confusing, fear-driven behaviors that are often mistaken for aggression or mental illness. In this presentation, Dr. Karyn Purvis explores the Connecting and Correcting Principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention® and provides practical insights on how to use TBRI® Tactics in real-life situations. Lecture: 85 Minutes

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Healing Research

In this presentation, Dr. Karyn Purvis reviews a wide range of research that gives insights into developmental deficits that drive many behaviors of at-risk children. Dr. Purvis explains the science of the physiological changes in children can be induced by early harm. This lecture aims to help parents and caregivers see the “real child” beneath their child’s behavior. Lecture: 88 minutes

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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

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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

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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. 

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